A heraldic fur formed by a regular tessellation of blue and white T shapes. (noun)
Examples of word potent
But it's what we're used to, and still remain potent symbols in an age devoid of symbolism.
Third receiver in potent passing game and a solid punt returner whose offseason work set an example for other young players.
"Like its similarly underrated cousin, Birth, Joshua makes up in potent atmosphere and formal mastery what it lacks in narrative logic; unlike Birth, however, it's further enhanced by two superlative adult performances (courtesy Sam Rockwell and Vera Farmiga) that invest a ludicrous premise with conviction and behavioral nuance."
I think the Reload power's more potent from a protective standpoint, but the Google-fu stands to make me more powerful in the world.
â€œWhite Disaster,â€ some called the potent dwarven drink.