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affect1 to influence, cause a change in, or have an impact on. [1/4 definitions]
aggrandize to make, or cause to appear, grander in wealth, stature, power, or influence; exalt. [1/2 definitions]
anticlerical opposed to the influence of the clergy or church in public affairs, esp. politics.
aristocracy a high-ranking social class, having special privileges and influence and usu. determined by heredity. [1/5 definitions]
astrology the study of the positions of the heavenly bodies in relation to each other with the aim of predicting their influence on human affairs.
automatic acting by itself without outside power or influence. [1/4 definitions]
balm any soothing, healing, restorative influence. [1/4 definitions]
bias to influence or prejudice (someone). [1/8 definitions]
big important or of great influence or concern. [1/7 definitions]
bribe to influence, induce, or corrupt by means of bribery. [1/4 definitions]
carry to influence strongly. [1/16 definitions]
carry weight to have influence, importance, or authority.
central being the main point of contact and dominant influence for all parts of a system or organization. [1/4 definitions]
charisma an unusual ability to influence people and arouse devotion. [1/2 definitions]
charm to influence by personal attractiveness or pleasing manners. [1/11 definitions]
cheat to defraud, often in order to obtain property or influence; swindle. [1/11 definitions]
Church Fathers the ecclesiastical authorities of the early Christian church, whose writings had an authoritative influence on the formation of Christian doctrine.
civil disobedience the intentional, nonviolent refusal to comply with a government law or requirement, in order to try to influence the government to change some law, policy, or the like.
clamor to force or influence by clamoring. [1/6 definitions]
clericalism the power or influence of religious leaders in government or politics. [1/2 definitions]
clout (informal) influence or power to persuade. [1/3 definitions]