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synonyms for potence

  • backbone
  • body
  • brawn
  • brawniness
  • clout
  • courage
  • durability
  • energy
  • firmness
  • force
  • fortitude
  • hardiness
  • health
  • healthiness
  • lustiness
  • might
  • muscle
  • nerve
  • physique
  • pith
  • potency
  • pow
  • power
  • powerfulness
  • powerhouse
  • puissance
  • robustness
  • security
  • sinew
  • sock
  • soundness
  • stability
  • stableness
  • stalwartness
  • steadiness
  • steamroller
  • stoutness
  • sturdiness
  • substance
  • tenacity
  • toughness
  • verdure
  • vigor
  • vim
  • vitality
  • zip
  • brute force
  • strong arm
  • thew
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antonyms for potence

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  • apathy
  • cowardice
  • disability
  • enervation
  • fear
  • idleness
  • impotence
  • inability
  • inactivity
  • incompetence
  • infirmity
  • insecurity
  • instability
  • laziness
  • lethargy
  • powerlessness
  • timidity
  • uncertainty
  • weakness
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How to use potence in a sentence

In truth, the concentration of his thought on the fragment of stone had been enough of itself to give a talisman occult potence.
HEART OF THE BLUE RIDGEWALDRON BAILY
Genius has never fruited to full bloom and potence, because the mothers have so seldom realised the greatness of their task.
FEMINISM AND SEX-EXTINCTIONARABELLA KENEALY
They rob them, accordingly, of the greatest transfiguring potence and happiness of life.
FEMINISM AND SEX-EXTINCTIONARABELLA KENEALY
A rapid occupation Must start the needful perspiration, And through thy frame the liquor's potence fling.
FAUSTJOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE
Their left was arranged en potence, their right was drawn up in echelon.
FIRST AND LASTH. BELLOC
Presuming in such case the parent of the other sex to be of average potence.
FEMINISM AND SEX-EXTINCTIONARABELLA KENEALY
This is the theory of the importance of the individual, raised, so to speak, to its very highest potence.
SOCIAL RIGHTS AND DUTIESLESLIE STEPHEN
But in this there is no disadvantage; factors of such sovereign potence do not suffer from repetition.
THE COLOR LINEWILLIAM BENJAMIN SMITH
The second potence is light (A2), an inner—as weight is an outer—intuition of nature.
A HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY IN EPITOMEALBERT SCHWEGLER
Thus I shall venture to use potence, in order to express a specific degree of a power, in imitation of the Algebraists.
BIOGRAPHIA LITERARIASAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO POTENCE

  • gibbet
  • hanging
  • noose
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  • rope
  • scaffold
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