Definition of potent:
plastered, unattackable, cockeyed, clinical, efficacious, warm, pixilated, animal, steady, operative, impregnable, strong, unwavering, indecent, amorous, sensual, combination, sloshed, manly, unshakable, rich, substantial, inviolable, multipotent, fruitful, intimate, effectual, persuasive, sexual, male, manlike, soused, unbendable, aseptic, knock-down, pissed, heavy, squiffy, sozzled, secure, tight, loaded, slopped, hefty, fuddled, crocked, blind drunk, suggestive, obscene, full, heady, pie-eyed, productive, equipotent, smashed, broad-spectrum, unassailable, bloodless, virile, influential, plush, steadfast, manful, romantic, stiff, clear, concentrated, antibacterial, soaked, hard, wet, herculean, heavy-duty, antimalarial, besotted, blotto, solid, unfaltering, vulgar, rigid, significant, starchy, cogent, buckram, antenatal, big, bionic.
- effective (part of speech: adjective)
- energetic (part of speech: adjective)
- authoritative (part of speech: adjective)
- powerful (part of speech: adjective)
vigorous (part of speech: adjective)
- strong (part of speech: adjective)
- "The Unity of Civilization", Various.
- "The Children's Pilgrimage", L. T. Meade.
- "The Old Wives' Tale", Arnold Bennett.