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commonness

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acceptance, averageness, bawdiness, bawdry, chasteness, circulation, cliche, commonality, commonalty, commonplace.
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influence
Definition:
one having power to influence another; " she was the most important influence in my life"; " he was a bad influence on the children"

Synonyms:

noun
act
influence.
agency
instrument.
attraction
attraction, magnetism, spell.
attribute
influence.
authority
authority, birthright, charge, clout, cogency, commission, credential, domination, empowerment, enfranchisement, entitlement, faculty, force, kingship, license, mandate, mastery, might, mightiness, office, potency, powerfulness, precedence, prerogative, prestige, primacy, privilege, puissance, punch, purview, rank, right, seniority, sovereignty, stature, steam, strength, superiority, title, Prepotency.
causes
agent, base, catalyst, cause, contributor, culprit, engine, impetus, invitation, mainspring, occasion, provocation, root, source, stimulus, trigger.
cognition
influence.
control
persuasiveness.
credit
Fame, renowns.
effect
effectuality, effectualness, efficaciousness, impact, tenor.
efficacy
capableness, efficacy, efficacies.
energy
puissance.
governance
predominanc.
grip
possession.
impact
full force.
importance
consequence, criticality, criticalness, eminence, import, merit, momentousness, notability, prominence, weight, noteworthiness.
impulse
actuation, excitant, impellent, impulsion, motivations, excitants, impulsions.
influence
act upon, charm, determine, importance, mold, motivation, predominance, pull, regulate, rule, shape, supremacy, tempt, work.
motive
mainspring, mainsprings, intents.
person
influence.
persuasion
enticement, induction, persuasion, temptation.
phenomenon
influence.
power
clout, dynamism, omnipotence, Imperia, Imperium.
power, authority
access, agency, ascendancy, character, clout, command, consequence, control, credit, direction, domination, dominion, drag, effect, esteem, fix, force, grease, guidance, hold, impact, importance, imprint, in, juice, leadership, leverage, magnetism, mark, moment, money, monopoly, network, notoriety, predominance, prerogative, pressure, prestige, prominence, pull, repercussion, reputation, rule, significance, spell, supremacy, sway, weight, Fame, connections, ropes.
reputation
acceptability, dependability, reliability, rep, repute, trustworthiness, dependabilities.
say-so
say-so, say so.
superiority
predomination, transcendence, Meliority.
supremacy
dominance.
touch
virtuosity.
vantage
vantage.
verb
communication
charm, influence, tempt.
control
persuasiveness.
effect
impact.
influence
affect, authorize, bias, command, control, empower, lead, master, motivate, power, predominate, prejudice, pressure, sway.
lead to believe, do
act upon, affect, alter, arouse, bias, brainwash, bribe, bring to bear, carry weight, change, channel, compel, count, determine, direct, dispose, form, get at, guide, impel, impress, incite, incline, induce, instigate, manipulate, modify, mold, move, persuade, predispose, prejudice, prevail, prompt, pull strings, regulate, rouse, seduce, sell, shape, snow, talk into, train, turn, urge, argue into, work upon, be recognized, have a part in, impact on.
persuade
allure, coax, convince, enlist, entice, indoctrinate, induce, persuade, sell, talk into, tempt, win over.
Examples of usage:
  1. It's no use my saying anything: I'm a child to him still: I have no influence. – Misalliance by George Bernard Shaw
  2. If we do not hold the service they will think we fear Girty, and that might have a bad influence." – The Spirit of the Border A Romance of the Early Settlers in the Ohio Valley by Zane Grey
  3. I'll prove to you that my ancestors' religion doesn't influence my work, or my play. – Fanny Herself by Edna Ferber
  4. What influence have you, then? – Malcolm by George MacDonald
  5. I have come to make your influence pass over the mountains while you stay here. – The Garden of Eden by Max Brand

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