The leading tendency here is not toward openness: People waver between frank fascism and latent xenophobia.
So it carbonates all of these, I'd say latent desires, to have more meaning in his life.
Once the rumors starting swirling, many began to accuse Apple of a latent pro-life agenda.
According to a recent study, one fifth of the population harbors “latent” feelings of hostility toward Jews.
It was a regression, the triumph of a latent aristocratic gene that resides in the heart of humanity when democracies get lazy.
By 1970, our surplus capacity had vanished, and as a consequence, the latent power of the oil cartel could emerge in full force.
I reflected that I myself was kin to her, had in me, latent and undeveloped, an artist's soul.
Whence comes a latent materialism, ready to grasp the chance of self-expression.
The subject uppermost in his mind was that latent on his lips—woman.
The latent cruelty began to stir within me, the tyrant spirit which a strong love sometimes evokes.
mid-15c., "concealed, secret," from Latin latentem (nominative latens) "lying hid, secret, unknown," present participle of latere "to lie hidden," from PIE *laidh-, from root *la- "to be hidden" (cf. Greek lethe "forgetfulness, oblivion," Old Church Slavonic lajati "to lie in wait for"). Meaning "dormant" is from 1680s.
latent la·tent (lāt'nt)
Present or potential but not evident or active.
In a dormant or hidden stage, as an infection.
Undeveloped but capable of normal growth under the proper conditions.
Present in the unconscious mind but not consciously expressed.