Origin of latent
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OTHER WORDS FROM latentla·tent·ly, adverb
How to use latent in a sentence
To unlock the secrets of the island and her own latent abilities, Norah will have to play instruments, translate symbols, arrange constellations, manipulate water levels and press all sorts of levers at the right time or in a particular order.
What’s particularly troubling here, though, is that the political rhetoric from politicians and media personalities are really whipping up latent attitudes of resentment to create the politics of outrage we saw on display last Wednesday.
The key is to build Aji, or latent opportunity or potentiality, into one’s board position.
This process releases enough latent heat to account for the energy difference between the two states.How materials you’ve never heard of could clean up air conditioning|James Temple|November 12, 2020|MIT Technology Review
This activates some of the latent topologies that the gravitational path integral includes.
The deeper sort, however, usually felt it latently English enough.The Tragic Muse|Henry James
Now each volition contains latently either an attracting or an opposing element.An Introduction to Psychology|Wilhelm Max Wundt
But a more serious consequence is latently contained in it, and nothing else than the Nestorian heresy, viz.An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine|John Henry Cardinal Newman
This one's mind, he could now see, was immature but latently capable.Man of Many Minds|E. Everett Evans
It was Kraft who first voiced the fear that each of us must have held latently.The Four Million|O. Henry