power (n.) 7
control, influence, sway
3H6 I.i.156 [Northumberland to Warwick] thy southern power / Of Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk
AC I.ii.190 [Antony to Enobarbus, of Pompey] who, high in name and power, / Higher than both in blood and life, stands up / For the main soldier
AC I.iii.23 [Cleopatra to Antony] I have no power upon you
AW II.i.194 [Helena to King] shalt thou give me with thy kingly hand / What husband in thy power I will command
AW II.iii.103 [Helena to Bertram] I give / Me and my service ... / Into your guiding power
CE III.ii.40 [Antipholus of Syracuse to Luciana] to your power I'll yield
Cym IV.i.21 [Cloten alone, of Cymbeline] my mother, having power of his testiness
E3 II.i.205 [Countess to King Edward, of his question 'How near then shall I be to remedy?'] As near, my liege, as all my woman's power / Can pawn itself to buy thy remedy
Ham II.ii.492 [First Player to all, of Fortune] All you gods, / In general synod, take away her power! [or: sense 3, 5]
MA IV.i.73 [Claudio to Leonato, of Hero] that fatherly and kindly power / That you have in her
RJ V.iii.93 [Romeo alone, of supposedly dead Juliet] Death, that hath sucked the honey of thy breath, / Hath had no power yet upon thy beauty
TG III.i.238 [Valentine to Proteus] unless the next word that thou speakest / Have some malignant power upon my life
TNK I.i.87 [Second Queen to Hippolyta, of Theseus] soldieress ... / Whom now I know hast much more power on him / Then ever he had on thee