In posse - definition of in posse by The Free Dictionary
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Related to in posse: posse comitatus
in pos·se (ĭn pŏs′ē)
adv. & adj.
In potential but not in actuality.
[Medieval Latin : Latin in, in + Latin posse, to be able.]
in posse (ɪn ˈpɒsɪ)
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) possible; potential. Compare in esse
[Latin, literally: in possibility]
A Latin phrase meaning possible or potential.
References in classic literature
Traddles in posse
, - presuming, that is to say, that my friend Mr.
I took notes of his statements for Royal Society - in posse
The Webster family and I have found the perfect partner in Posse
Films to make an epic movie based on the inspirational story of a man who always did whatever it takes.
Mountain Khakis rewards sales associates participating in POSSE
by giving them "punches" on a card for every MK bag or apparel item sold.
Hatchard 1803) (also proposing a plan to train the population in posse