Top 13 Ascendancy Quotes

Words matter. These are the best Ascendancy Quotes from famous people such as John Nelson Darby, James Anderson, David Lange, Cory Booker, Barton Gellman, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.

During my solitude, conflicting thoughts increased; but

During my solitude, conflicting thoughts increased; but much exercise of soul had the effect of causing the scriptures to gain complete ascendancy over me.
John Nelson Darby
A bully waits until they are in the ascendancy to pounce on people.
James Anderson
You have to talk about why things happened the way they did. You can’t actually explain my political life except by a series of situations rather than by some carefully constructed, rigidly progressed ascendancy.
David Lange
I thought that Donald Trump’s ascendancy would end when he attacked John McCain, saying he’s not a war hero. I found that shocking, for him to say that.
Cory Booker
Obama’s ascendancy unhinged the radical right, offering a unified target to competing camps of racial, nativist and religious animus.
Barton Gellman
Moreover, as we live in an era of the ascendancy of democracy and human rights, we must see that Taiwan has been a vibrant democracy with a democratically elected president and legislature.
Nick Lampson
Though, with the ascendancy of Louis, the political power of the nobles finally came to an end, France remained, in the whole complexion of her social life, completely aristocratic.
Lytton Strachey
This devil loves mankind because men are going to always make the choice that will send him into ascendancy. He’s been winning the game for a long time.
Taylor Hackford
Our ascendancy of the past two centuries – first Europe and then the U.S. – has bred a western-centric mentality: the West is the fount of all wisdom. We think of ourselves as open-minded, but our sense of superiority has closed our minds. We never entertained the idea that China could surpass the U.S.
Martin Jacques
The idea of Asian ascendancy has entered public culture.
Kevin Kwan
But it is a law of life and development in history where two national civilizations meet they fight for ascendancy.
Bernhard von Bulow
As long as justice and injustice have not terminated their ever renewing fight for ascendancy in the affairs of mankind, human beings must be willing, when need is, to do battle for the one against the other.
John Stuart Mill
The Japanese put houses in among the trees and allowed nature to gain the ascendancy in any composition.
Stephen Gardiner