Prevail in a Sentence  🔉

Definition of Prevail

to beat in a difficult contest or battle

Examples of Prevail in a sentence

1. Even though our troops are tired and hungry, we will prevail against the enemy! 🔉

2. Let us hope justice will prevail so the killer will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. 🔉

3. If logical minds do not prevail, a major war will break out between the two largest gangs in the city.  🔉

4. Truth and justice usually prevail at the end of all superhero movies. 🔉

5. Who will prevail in the wrestling ring, the smaller faster wrestler or the bigger slower fellow? 🔉

6. In the end, order will always prevail over chaos.  🔉

7. The stronger species will prevail in the fight for survival. 🔉

8. When the firemen arrive, they are sure to prevail against the small fire. 🔉

9. The civil rights laws were passed because a few citizens were determined to prevail against the status quo. 🔉

10. Until the home invaders are captured, fear will prevail in the community. 🔉

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