Definition of potency:
long suit, military capability, medicated, cybersex, intensity, military posture, bureau, effectualness, ass, voltage, federal agency, dictum, potential drop, monopoly, climax, horsepower, efficiency, forte, oligopoly, capableness, on, drug, potential, say-so, dosage, leadership, buggery, intensity level, electric potential, off, firepower, strong, self-confidence, OD, agency, metier, enduringness, potential difference, self-assurance, affect, thew, sanction, bonk, efficaciousness, durability, ascendancy, forcefulness, coupling, action, authorization, encounter, ejaculation, dominance, government agency, sinew, ascendence, contraindication, efficacy, effectuality, potentiality, effect, posture, strength, authorisation, ascendance, persuasiveness, coitus, dose, effectiveness, ascendency, specialty, pronouncement, laterality, ascendance, injection, lastingness, capability, go, sureness, blow job, get-up-and-go, effectivity, peppiness, strong suit, narcotics, confidence, military strength, speciality, greatness, potence, assurance, strong point.
- energy (part of speech: noun)
authority (part of speech: noun)
- power (part of speech: noun)
- strength (part of speech: noun)
- vigor (part of speech: noun)
- "Burke", John Morley.
- "Prisoners of Conscience", Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr.
And this green parcel of his native land, from which the half of his blood came, and that the dearest half, had a potency over his spirit that he might well be ashamed of in days when the true Briton was a town- bred creature with a foot of fancy in all four corners of the globe.- "The Freelands", John Galsworthy.