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Is there an adjective synonymous with having a lot of potential? Thank you!

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    "Highly charged", if you're talking about a Leyden jar. – Hot Licks Dec 23 '15 at 22:59
  • "High voltage". – Drew Dec 24 '15 at 2:12
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Promising is often used to describe a person with potential.

Example: The promising young actor has been cast in the lead role.

"Promising", as defined in MW-O:

1: full of promise: likely to succeed or to yield good results

"a promising new medicine"

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