Student Thesaurus

One entry found for power.
Entry Word: power
Function: noun
Text: 1 the right or means to command or control others <the principal has nearly complete power over this school>
Synonyms arm, authority, clutch, command, control, dominion, grip, hold, mastery, sway
Related Words clout, influence, pull, weight; jurisdiction; direction, management; dominance, predominance, sovereignty, supremacy; prerogative, privilege, right; eminence, importance, moment
Near Antonyms helplessness, weakness
Antonyms impotence, powerlessness
2 the ability to exert effort for the accomplishment of a task <the corporation has the power to accomplish almost anything> <you'll need to build a bit more power in order to be a star pitcher>
Synonyms energy, force, might, muscle, potency, puissance, sinew, strength, vigor
Related Words aptitude, capability, capacity, competence, competency; adequacy, effectiveness, effectualness, usefulness
Near Antonyms disability, inability, inaptitude, incapability, incapacity, incompetence, incompetency; ineffectiveness, ineffectualness, uselessness; helplessness, paralysis
Antonyms impotence, powerlessness, weakness
3 a natural ability of the mind or body <dogs have a very highly developed power of smell>
Synonyms faculty
Related Words function; capability, capacity; aptitude, endowment, flair, genius, gift, instinct, knack, talent
Near Antonyms inability, incapability, incapacity; inaptitude, inaptness, ineptness
4 something with a usable capacity for doing work <nuclear power> -- see FUEL