influence

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  • Its rich history also comes from its native inhabitants and outside influence.
  • However, a number of early groups have had broad influence on the tradition.
  • It is a case the result of which may have great and far-reaching influence. Cited from In the Shadow of Death, by P. H. Kritzinger and R. D. McDonald
  • Of their far-reaching influence something will be said in the next chapter. Cited from A History of Freedom of Thought, by John Bagnell Bury
  • Every product or construction used by modern society will have been influenced by engineering.
  • The small early states that were established were greatly influenced by Indian culture.
  • This relationship was to influence the course of his Civil War service.
  • However, there seemed to have been no influence or communication between the two writers.
  • Influence indeed spread out from Paris, but few new ideas came in.
  • American popular culture and fashion also have a heavy influence.
  • He believed that learning was influenced by interest in the subject and the teacher.
  • The production process might also have influenced the views expressed in the plays.
  • And these acts influenced similar laws in other countries, such as the US.
  • He was elected without political influences from outside and in the best years of his life.
  • The recent death of his father may have also influenced his behavior.
  • Further from the university campus, the influence of the University quickly becomes less visible.
  • Some of the best-known of these cultural influences are described below.
  • He also told mental health workers that he was "going to influence the world."
  • Through these artists and others, blues music influenced the development of rock music.
  • The importance of each individual influence in this mixture changes over time.
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Words starting with influence

Meaning of influence

  • noun A power to affect persons or events especially power based on prestige etc
    used her parents' influence to get the job
  • noun Causing something without any direct or apparent effort
  • noun A cognitive factor that tends to have an effect on what you do
    her wishes had a great influence on his thinking
  • noun The effect of one thing (or person) on another
    the influence of mechanical action
  • noun One having power to influence another
    she was the most important influence in my life, he was a bad influence on the children
  • verb Have and exert influence or effect
    The artist's work influenced the young painter, She worked on her friends to support the political candidate