use prevalently in a sentence.
I'm fairly certain she completely missed the point that I was talking about a form of dry, ironic humor found much more prevalently in theUKthan you see inAmerica.
Although CNBC used to show her amazing body more prevalently she's still hot on Bloomberg.
Reid said that in a circumstance such as the one Virginia experienced with Dowling frequently out of the lineup this season, ideally, a defense would switch from using mostly man-to-man and quarters schemes to relying more prevalently on "hard corner forces," in which the cornerbacks are responsible for covering the flats and funneling receivers toward the middle of the field.
If you speak to some Modern Orthodox, Lubavitch or Traditional Jews of a certain age, you may see that they -- more prevalently than others -- use the phrase "kneine harah" (Yiddish) or "bli ayin harah" (Hebrew).
As if this wasn't bad enough, Thompson's campaign blog features links and excerpts of his commentary so prevalently they're as widely distributed as oxycodone HCl in Rush Limbaugh's bloodstream.