חָזָק, בַּעַל כֹּחַ גַברָא
Adjective(1) having great influence(2) having or wielding force or authority(3) having a strong physiological or chemical effect(4) (of a male
(1) The answer lies in the widespread assumption that ├ö├ç├┐awakening├ö├ç├û a young lass is the mark of a potent man.(2) An aura of potent sexuality seemed to radiate from him.(3) They can be easily slipped into your drink - if it is an alcoholic drink, the effect is more potent .(4) The Jerusalem Cross consists of a big cross potent and four smaller ones.(5) President Theodore Roosevelt, who in a fit of pique coined the term ├ö├ç├┐muckraking├ö├ç├û, called him a potent influence for evil.(6) The remedy has a particularly potent curative effect on chronic bronchitis, coughs, and asthma due to excessive phlegm.(7) But outspoken patients can be a potent force, heavily influencing whether a drug or medical device stays or is pulled from the market.(8) In the world of shunga, the women are always wet, the men perpetually potent .(9) And Errol Flynn in some pirate movie had a very, very potent effect on my 5-year-old imagination, and later fantasy life.(10) The fashion business has also recaptured the potent power of the cigarette as a sexual appendage.(11) That power is particularly potent when you consider that most of these unions each have well over half a million members and represent a critical segment of America's voter base.(12) Recognizing that, there is certainly sympathy to be had for those who have fallen prey to the drug's potent effects.(13) Moreover, although the unions are unhappy and still potent , their power is less than his Labour predecessors endured 20 and 30 years ago.(14) Moreover, what makes this putative power even more potent is that it is believed to be clandestine and cliquish.(15) Instead they can have very real and potent social and political effects.(16) Even a small dose of alcohol can have a potent effect on a person who is tired.
1. powerful ::
2. forceful ::
3. strong ::
4. virile ::
5. stiff ::
Different Formspotent, potently
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