omneity

omneity

(ɒmˈniːɪtɪ)
n
the state or condition of being all
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Towards the end of the story Miller describes the realization of the China-experience in its omneity but also in its simplicity and everydayness.
The accompanying omneity of welfarist policies, attitudes, and beliefs were to set Holland apart from most other Western countries, in particular from the United States.
They could not have comprehended the totality of God any more than we can, but they were given a small glimpse of his omneity, omnipotence omnipresence.