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influential
used in Anna Karenina

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Definition
having influence (the ability to affect people or events) — especially due to respect or admiration
  • Moreover, Stremov, one of the most influential people in Petersburg, and the elderly admirer of Liza Merkalova, was Alexey Alexandrovitch's enemy in the political world.
    Part Three (50% in)
  • Just look at him," said the little old man, pointing with his embroidered hat to Karenin in a court uniform with the new red ribbon across his shoulders, standing in the doorway of the hall with an influential member of the Imperial Council.
    Part Five (70% in)

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