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[ leyt-nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF latent

Synonyms for latent

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Antonyms for latent

  • active
  • apparent
  • clear
  • live
  • manifest
  • obvious
  • open
  • public
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LATENT

I refer, of course, to man's mastery over the latent forces of Nature.

Few could imagine from his modest exterior the latent, fire and energy which burn in his bosom.

It is the latent motherhood within her that has been denied its own.

"No," said the other, still with that latent touch of sarcasm in her voice.

She is going strong, and has developed all sorts of latent talent as a cook.

All the latent superstition that dwells in the contadino was stirred as dust by a wind.

They were latent in all the thinking of the revolutionary period.

And yet, the latent political power of business is enormous.

The stock is the same, and the latent capabilities are all there.

A latent chivalry held him which no depths of drunkenness could drown.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LATENT

congenital

adjectiveinborn

dormant

adjectiveinactive; sleeping
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