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From Medieval Latin īnfluentiālis, from īnfluentia + -ālis. Synchronically analyzable as influence + -ial.
influential (comparative more influential, superlative most influential)
- Having or exerting influence.
- John Lennon was a very influential person in music, as well as in politics, fashion and general culture.
- Jane was very influential in getting the motion passed.
having considerable influence
influential (plural influentials)
- A person who has influence
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