Potentate

Po'ten¬∑tate noun [ Late Latin potentatus , from potentare to exercise power: confer French potentat . See Potent , adjective ] One who is potent; one who possesses great power or sway; a prince, sovereign, or monarch. « The blessed and only
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Potentate

• (a.) One who is potent; one who possesses great power or sway; a prince, sovereign, or monarch.
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potentate

potentate Someone who possesses great power, as a sovereign, monarch, or ruler.
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Potentate

Potentate (from the Latin potens, `powerful`) is a term for a person with potent, sometimes supreme, power. In modern English the term is used to describe people with much political or business power. ==Uses== The term is used by some translations of the Bible to describe Jesus: it can be found in the King James Version translation of {biblevers.....
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potentate

a ruler who is unconstrained by law
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potentate

a ruler who is unconstrained by law
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