I adjective authoritative, cogent, commanding, consequential, controlling, convincing, determinative, distinguished, dominant, domineering, effective, effectual, efficacious, eminent, empowered, esteemed, foremost, governing, gravis, hegemonic, hegemonical, honored, illustrious, imperious, important, impressive, leading, mighty, multipotent, notable, noteworthy, omnipotent, paramount, potens, potent, powerful, predominant, preeminent, prepollent, preponderant, prepotent, prevailing, prevalent, prominent, puissant, recognized, reigning, renowned, reputable, respectable, respected, ruling, strong, supreme, well-known, well-recognized, well-regarded, worthy of notice II index assertive, causal, causative, cogent, compelling, consequential (substantial), considerable, contributory, convincing, crucial, decisive, dominant, forcible, important (significant), key, master, material (important), outstanding (prominent), persuasive, potent, powerful, predominant, prevailing (having superior force), prominent, provocative, sovereign (absolute)

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