Using "impotent" in a sentence

Where their powers of exasperation once made them unstoppable, now they’re the ones who seem impotent and irritated by the people and culture around them.
Source: Rolling Stone

Colin hones his tendency to impotent rage, while Frank fine-tunes his holy fool act, and together they make a ramshackle but utterly charming pair of nutters.
Source: Time Out

Fury can feel impotent when you're alone, crying into cereal at midnight.
Source: Insider

  Sarsgaard delivers an unhinged performance that reflects the impotent frustration that all the Marines feel during their time in the desert.
Source: Indie Film Hustle

This crowd seems clueless about the reality that funding research into protecting against dangerous artificial intelligence will be impotent unless we structure our society and economy to prize public safety over capital's incentive to innovate for profit.
Source: MSNBC

This crowd seems clueless about the reality that funding research into protecting against dangerous artificial intelligence will be impotent unless we structure our society and economy to prize public safety over capital's incentive to innovate for profit.
Source: MSNBC

However, she's a young woman with an impotent husband who shows no interest in getting creative about sexual pleasure.
Source: Roger Ebert

With many Member States demonstrating a worrisome lack of commitment, largely opting for the bare minimum of environmental requirements in their agricultural plans, and the Commission itself proving impotent to demand further necessary action from Member States, the result is that the EU is now locked in for five years of inaction in precisely the sector where it is most acutely required.
Source: NGOs analyse 17 EU national strategies. BirdLife International

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