Power

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Definition

power: the force, the energy, the strength; the ability
noun

powerful: strong, influential, with authority
adjective
powerless without power, weak, unable

to power: to supply or to give energy
verb

Examples

  • "But now you will meet a very powerful man."
  • "In the 1960s, the Haight-Ashbury district was the center of the hippie counterculture movement and "Flower Power"."
  • "There is power in a union."
  • "Have you been abusing your powers as a ruthless dictator, tyrannical tyrant or cruel despot?"
  • "This is where many of our most powerful fragrances come from. Knock knock, Horatio?"
  • "Quotes : "First you get the money candy, then you get the power, then you get the women."
  • "You've got them right where you want them. Now make an announcement, to consolidate your power!"
  • "Chakras are meridian points, the center of spiritual power in the human body."
  • "-Now you have the power."
  • "A president can't use his power to further his own interests, or the interests of his family or friends or even the man he's madly in love with."

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