Noun(1) position or state of being dominant or in control(2) someone from whom you are descended (but usually more remote than a grandparent
Adjective(1) tending or directed upward(2) most powerful or important or influential
(1) Less often considered is whether this ascendant legalism is good or bad for global prosperity and stability.(2) Obviously, if the ascendant sign could be either of two signs, this greatly affects the evaluation.(3) This is an exciting time for the written word: it is adapting to the ascendant medium, which happens to be the most immediate, universal, and democratic medium that has ever existed.(4) The supposed transfer of allegiance from the older, declining imperial power to the ascendant one oversimplifies Curtin's choice.(5) It's not that conservatism is on the wane; in fact I would argue that the great difficulty is that conservatism is the ascendant political philosophy in this country.(6) The contradictions between an ascendant democratic movement and a timeworn media oligarchy are extreme.(7) The strategic decision by the United States to try and convince the Shah to share some of his power with the ascendant middle class was the result of a combination of factors.(8) Your desire to take action comes from that very potent Mars that sits right on your Leo ascendant .(9) To do so would only risk alienating and provoking conflict with a rising Europe and an ascendant Asia.(10) He was certainly unaware of Pluto transiting the 1066 ascendant at the time of Cromwell's birth.(11) I make sure to read both my sun sign and my ascendant , Cancer and Leo respectively.(12) This was something of a milestone in Hollywood history, signaling the ascendant power of the producer over the director.(13) The uneasy ceasefire between an authoritative church and an ascendant political class may be at an end.(14) Vast fortunes were made and an already wealthy city became the ascendant center of power in the new United States.(15) The Astrofaces research project seeks to verify astrology for modern science with photographs grouped by the sun, moon and ascendant signs of the subjects.(16) The ascendant ideologies of domestic and foreign security share a nexus in privileging the rights of a state over the collective rights of its citizens.
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Different Formsascendant, ascendants
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