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  • The powerful influence of his family opened him a public career early in life.
  • Each set covered game play for more powerful characters than the previous.
  • This is not yet possible, even on the most powerful current computer.
  • David had to work quickly, but the result was a simple and powerful image.
  • This valuable and powerful ability is one reason why the field of media studies is popular.
  • These countries should be left alone unless your civilization is quite powerful.
  • After the prime minister, the most powerful minister is the minister of finance.
  • Both ships were soon fighting enemies much more powerful than they and began to take severe damage.
  • In some cases, they took on powerful positions in government.
  • Because land was equivalent to power, these powerful men could try to claim the crown.
  • England had no choice but to build a powerful navy.
  • Will be a powerful man in the future.
  • Down deep, the fish are more powerful and more pure.
  • The theme of blind animals has been a powerful one in literature.
  • It was most evident in the public and private actions of the powerful and rich.
  • Around this same time the Herbert family became the most powerful family in the area.
  • What was needed was a more powerful anti-tank gun that was mobile.
  • They use powerful front teeth to cut trees and other plants that they use both for building and for food.
  • Alexandria was the second most powerful city of the ancient world after Rome.
  • Over the centuries the Royal Navy slowly grew to be the most powerful in the world.
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Meaning of powerful

  • adjective Having great power or force or potency or effect
    the most powerful government in western Europe, his powerful arms, a powerful bomb, the horse's powerful kick, powerful drugs, a powerful argument