vis[1]

  1. force
  2. influence
  3. might
  4. power
  5. strength

Synonyms for vis

  • auctoritaauthority, power
  • coactumcoercion, compulsion, draw, drive, force, to bring together
  • compelloaddress, collect, compel, force, speak to, to drive together, to to urge
  • curvoarch, curve, influence, to bend, to bow
  • ducocommand, consider, considered, construct, count, delay, draw, draw in, esteem, influence, marry a wife, mislead, reckon, shape, spend, to calculate, to charm, to draw, to lead, to lead on the march
  • facultasability, abundance, capacity, feasibility, means, opportunity, power, resources, stock, store, wealth
  • impetusassault, attack, force, impulse, onset, passion, rapid motion, rush, sudden passion, vehemence
  • inducoanull, bring in, conduct, cover, decide, erase writing, induce, influence, introduce, lead, persuade, put on clothing, revoke, to bring, to lead, to lead in
  • inductuminduce, influence, introduce, to lead in
  • induxinduce, influence, introduce, to lead in

Similar to vis

  • viscerabowels, flesh
  • viscusbowels, entrails, flesh, heart, internal organs
  • vispilioa thief by night, robber
  • brevisbrief, short, small
  • civisbourgeois, burgess, citizen, townsman
  • gravisburdensome, grievous, heavy, important, serious, severe, unwholesome, weighty
  • levisbald, beardless, fickle, inconstant, light, rapid, slight, swift, trivial, unimpotant, unstable
  • navisboat, ship, vessel
  • ovissheep
  • pelvisfont