I verb be of greater significance, beat, better, come first, dominate, eclipse, exceed, exceed in importance, exceed in value, excel, get ahead of, go beyond, outbalance, outdo, outrank, outrival, overbalance, overpoise, overpower, overshadow, overtop, overweigh, potiorem, predominate, preponderate, prevail, rise above, superare, surpass, take precedence over, top, transcend, vincere, weigh more than II index convince, nullify, outbalance, override, predominate (outnumber), surpass, transcend

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