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Influence

Synonyms for influence:

Sense 1 (noun)

grip, skew, color, lead to, give, stir.

Sense 2 (noun)

side effect, end result, impact, result, leadership, outcome, weight, leverage, the aftermath.

Sense 3 (noun)

effectuality, efficaciousness, effectualness, efficiency, effect, effectiveness, efficacy.

Sense 5 (noun)

impression, repercussion.

Sense 6 (noun)

dispose, predispose.

attraction (noun)

magnetism.

authority (noun)

kingship, enfranchisement, rank, license, potency, mightiness, right, empowerment, punch, authority, purview, mandate, title, birthright, stature, commission, might, prestige, credential, precedence, puissance, domination, prerogative, clout, office, charge, force, superiority, steam, strength, entitlement, primacy, powerfulness, mastery, seniority, faculty, privilege, sovereignty, Prepotency, cogency.

control (noun)

persuasiveness.

effect (noun)

impact, efficaciousness, effectuality, effectualness.

efficacy (noun)

efficacy.

energy (noun)

puissance.

importance (noun)

criticality, merit, weight, noteworthiness, consequence, criticalness, momentousness, notability, import, eminence, prominence.

influence (noun)

determine, act upon, regulate, pull, shape, mold, charm, predominance, motivation, rule, work, supremacy, importance, tempt.

motive (noun)

mainspring.

persuasion (noun)

temptation, persuasion, enticement, induction.

power (noun)

clout.

power, authority (noun)

impact, importance, control, pull, force, agency, supremacy, imprint, command, leadership, domination, mark, leverage, prerogative, rule, pressure, effect, weight, clout, consequence, prestige, prominence, predominance, repercussion, magnetism, fix, sway.

Sense 1

government, Deliverable, culmination, effectiveness, effectualness, efficaciousness, work on or upon, harden, desensitize, turn against, outcome, spillover, lance, reflect on, reverberation, throw back on, first fruits, outgrowth, side effect, foregone conclusion, lead to, drive away, dialectic, smite, leadership, fruition, byproduct, public opinion, stalk, sensitize, rub off, ramification, brainwash, rehabilitate, banish, impress, engulf, sear, ripple effect, the aftermath, effectuality, reform, end result, invigorate, counterweight, get through to, teach.

Sense 2

weapon, counterbalance, inform, backwash, melt, act onorupon, pervert, class, transport, inspiration, color, spin off, repercussion, efficacy, predispose, carryover, dull, advantage, implication, subvert, leaven, humanize, alienate, payback, ennoble, put off, leverage, sequel, civilize.

Sense 3

grip, get to, implant, offspring, product, inspire, impinge, progeny, knock out, puncture, skew, start-off, blind.

Sense 4

feed, imprint, impression, plant, cut down, efficiency, involve.

Sense 5

prime, result.

Sense 6

corrupt, harvest, condition, enter, talk.

Sense 7

drive.

Sense 8

extension.

Sense 10

give.

Sense 11

have.

arouse

incite.

bribe

get to.

coax

talk into.

compass

reach.

convince

prevail upon.

corrupt

buy off.

entice

inveigle.

impact

effect.

impress

sink in.

lure

magnetism.

persuade

coax.

pressure

squeeze.

promotion

logrolling.

prompting

instigation.

spur

incentive.

stir

budge.

tend

make for.

touch

get through to.

wheedle

cajole.

Other synonyms and related words:

twist, warp, bring, move, dispose, incline, urge, effect, weight.

communication (verb)

charm, tempt.

control (verb)

persuasiveness.

effect (verb)

impact.

influence (verb)

bias, affect, motivate, master, predominate, control, authorize, lead, empower, power, sway, prejudice, command, pressure.

lead to believe, do (verb)

form, regulate, bias, determine, shape, incite, sell, predispose, act upon, move, induce, impress, direct, persuade, prejudice, dispose, talk into, turn, affect, urge, brainwash, mold, incline.

persuade (verb)

entice, allure, talk into, win over, indoctrinate, persuade, coax, sell, induce, enlist, convince, tempt.

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