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assimilate to absorb and incorporate (an ethnically distinct group) into the prevailing culture. [1/8 definitions]
baroque (often cap.) of or pertaining to the style or period in art, music, and architecture prevailing in Europe following the Renaissance, from about 1550 to about 1750, characterized by bold and elaborate forms of ornamentation. [2/5 definitions]
climate the weather conditions most prevailing in a place, averaged over several years. [2/3 definitions]
climatic of or pertaining to the weather conditions most prevailing in a place.
disposition a predominant or prevailing mood or temperament, as of a person or the weather. [1/6 definitions]
dissent to disagree with or reject something, esp. prevailing or official views, doctrines, customs, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
mainstream sharing, agreeing with, or shaped by the prevailing trends and opinions of a group or society. [2/3 definitions]
market price the price for which a commodity, security, or piece of merchandise sells in a given market; prevailing price.
predominant being the most common, frequent, or prominent; prevailing. [1/2 definitions]
prewar existing, prevailing, or happening before a specific war.
room temperature a comfortable indoor temperature or the temperature prevailing indoors without excessive heating or chilling.
scholasticism (sometimes cap.) the prevailing system of medieval theological and philosophical teaching, based on the authority of the early Christian church fathers and on Aristotelian logic. [1/2 definitions]
spirit the prevailing character of something. [1/12 definitions]
temporize to yield to prevailing conditions; compromise. [1/4 definitions]
timeserver one who adapts his or her conduct to prevailing custom or opinion, for personal advantage; opportunist.