- the radiation of an ethereal fluid from the stars, regarded as affecting human actions and destinies.
- the exercise of occult power by the stars, or such power as exercised.
Idioms about influence
Origin of influence
OTHER WORDS FROM influence
How to use influence in a sentence
There are also myriad regional and national polls seeking information on the US’s reputation and influence.As The World Watches US Election, The Appeal Of America Is Diminished|LGBTQ-Editor|November 2, 2020|No Straight News
By harnessing these in future, the study says, “the Wallet Pass is an attempt to pre-empt regulations and maintain a continuity of influence and direct access to people’s phones.”Why political campaigns are sending 3 billion texts in this election|Tate Ryan-Mosley|October 28, 2020|MIT Technology Review
One citywide measure on this year’s ballot could impact the influence of outside spending in school board races.Teachers Union Is the Only Big Spender in San Diego Unified School Board Races|Will Huntsberry|October 26, 2020|Voice of San Diego
It’s about me using my experiences as influences, but not to set any in any way criticize or judge what she’s going through.
The new system will elevate some of the platform’s content moderation decisions to a new group called the Facebook Oversight Board, which will make decisions and influence precedents about what kind of content should and shouldn’t be allowed.Facebook’s controversial Oversight Board starts reviewing content moderation cases|Taylor Hatmaker|October 22, 2020|TechCrunch
Broad-minded, open to appeal, no man was less influenceable in final judgment.Lincoln, the Politician|T. Aaron Levy
British Dictionary definitions for influence
Derived forms of influenceinfluenceable, adjectiveinfluencer, noun
Word Origin for influence
Other Idioms and Phrases with influence
see under the influence.