(ɒmˈnɪf ə sənt)

also om•nif•ic

(ɒmˈnɪf ɪk)

creating all things; having unlimited powers of creation.
[1670–80; omni- + -ficent, as in beneficent]
om•nif′i•cence, n.
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Go, ye that love your riches and your ease, Before immortal souls,--go, hide your talent In the earth:--Go, hide yourselves beneath The rocks and caves, or in some dark abys[s], Where pierces not the omnificent eye of God, Nor penetrates his vengeful thunderbolt.
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If it had been down to the omnificent one, surely he wouldn't have lost 8-4 to Steve Beaton.