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Synonym of Potential

Potential Synonyme from Moby Thesaurus

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potential
Synonyms and related words:
EMF, ability, aptitude, bare possibility, between the lines, budding, bump, caliber, capability, capacity, chance, cogitable, concealed, conceivability, conceivable, conceivableness, conceivably possible, conditional, contingency, contingent, covert, cryptic, delitescent, developing, dormant, dower, dowry, electric potential, electromotive force, electromotivity, embryonic, endowment, equipment, esoteric, even chance, eventuality, faculty, flair, forte, future, genius, gift, good chance, good possibility, hibernating, hidden, hope, humanly possible, imaginable, imminent, imperative, implicit, implied, indicative, instinct, jussive, latent, likelihood, likely, long suit, lurking, makings, metier, mode, mood, muffled, mystic, natural endowment, natural gift, obfuscated, obligative, obscured, occult, off chance, optative, outside chance, outside hope, parts, passive, permissive, plausible, possibilities, possibility, possible, possibleness, potency, potential difference, potentiality, power, powers, probability, probable, prospect, qualification, quiescent, remote possibility, sleeping, small hope, speciality, strong flair, strong point, subjunctive, submerged, talent, talents, the attainable, the feasible, the goods, the possible, the stuff, thinkability, thinkable, thinkableness, under the surface, underlying, undeveloped, unmanifested, unrealized, veiled, virtual, virtuality, volt, voltage, what is possible, what it takes, what may be, what might be
  

  



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WordNet 2.0
potential

Noun
1. the inherent capacity for coming into being
(synonym) potentiality, potency
(hypernym) possibility, possibleness
(hyponym) latency
(attribute) possible
2. the difference in electrical charge between two points in a circuit expressed in volts
(synonym) electric potential, potential difference, potential drop, voltage
(hypernym) electrical phenomenon
(hyponym) evoked potential

Adjective
1. existing in possibility; "a potential problem"; "possible uses of nuclear power"
(synonym) possible
(antonym) actual, existent
(similar) latent
(attribute) potentiality, potency
2. expected to become or be; in prospect; "potential clients"; "expected income"
(synonym) expected, likely
(similar) prospective

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