Synonyms for power:
eloquence, paternalism, militarism, enforcement, genius, leadership, powerhouse, intensity, say-so, oligopoly, lordship, veto, power play, dominion, power trip, greatness, apron strings, carte blanche, electricity, utilities, regimentation, means, supervision, saw, royalty, electrify, bully pulpit, the forefront, Thew, patriarchy, less, Potence, dominance, IFF, monarchy, governorship, administration (of an estate), rein, headship, pocket veto.
a great deal
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
monopoly, greatness, oligopoly.
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 11 (noun)
ability, competence (noun)
a great deal (noun)
kingship, precedence, primacy, purview, enfranchisement, ascendancy, license, domination, jurisdiction, credential, mastery, mandate, seniority, prestige, punch, commission, Prepotency, prerogative, privilege, entitlement, clout, scepter, stature, mightiness, cogency, birthright, office, authority, faculty, rank, right, title, empowerment, steam, superiority, sovereignty, powerfulness.
control, dominance (noun)
birthright, leadership, license, steam, command, supremacy, law, sway, ascendancy, domination, direction, sovereignty, management, clout, prestige, privilege, hegemony, authority, jurisdiction, prerogative, right, superiority, regency, say-so, dominion, predominance, rule.
radix, logarithm, index, cube, root, Multiplicator, quadratics, square root, arithmetic, coefficient, geometry, trigonometry, antilogarithm, multiple, integral, multiplier, numerator, formula, exponent, fraction, quotient, calculus, divisor, minuend, subtrahend, increment, multiplicand, cube root, algebra, factor, dividend, reciprocal, algorithm, denominator, differential calculus, modulus.
physical ability, capacity (noun)
exuberance, passion, gusto, excitement, enthusiasm, liveliness, animation, friskiness, Ardency, earnestness, agility, relish, eagerness, industriousness, zest, sprightliness, agitation, fervency, lustiness.
mastership, clutches, persuasiveness.
Usage examples for power:
- He has no power of words, nor does he quite know what he would like to say. - "Echoes of the War", J. M. Barrie.
- I'm going to test whether my mother has the power to read my mind or not." - "Victor Ollnee's Discipline", Hamlin Garland.
- It means power- even to such a thing as I am. - "The Man Thou Gavest", Harriet T. Comstock.