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om·nip·o·tent

 (ŏm-nĭp′ə-tənt)
adj.
Having unlimited or universal power, authority, or force; all-powerful.
n.
1. One having unlimited power or authority: the bureaucratic omnipotents.
2. Omnipotent God. Used with the.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin omnipotēns, omnipotent- : omni-, omni- + potēns, present participle of posse, to be able; see poti- in Indo-European roots.]

om·nip′o·tence, om·nip′o·ten·cy n.
om·nip′o·tent·ly adv.

omnipotent

(ɒmˈnɪpətənt)
adj
having very great or unlimited power
n
(Theology) the Omnipotent an epithet for God
[C14: via Old French from Latin omnipotens all-powerful, from omni- + potens, from posse to be able]
omˈnipotence n
omˈnipotently adv

om•nip•o•tent

(ɒmˈnɪp ə tənt)

adj.
1. infinite in power, as God.
2. having very great or unlimited authority or power.
n.
3. an omnipotent being.
4. the Omnipotent, God.
[1275–1325; Middle English < Latin omnipotent- (s. of omnipotēns); see omni-, potent1]
om•nip′o•tent•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.omnipotent - having unlimited poweromnipotent - having unlimited power    
powerful - having great power or force or potency or effect; "the most powerful government in western Europe"; "his powerful arms"; "a powerful bomb"; "the horse's powerful kick"; "powerful drugs"; "a powerful argument"

omnipotent

adjective almighty, supreme, invincible, all-powerful Doug lived in the shadow of his seemingly omnipotent father.
weak, vulnerable, inferior, incapable, powerless, frail, feeble, impotent
Translations
قادِر عَلى كُل شَيء
všemohoucí
almægtig
kaikkivaltiaskaikkivoipa
almáttugur
kaip visagalisvisagalybė
visspēcīgsvisvarens
omnipotent
herşeye gücü yetenkadir-i mutlak

omnipotent

[ɒmˈnɪpətənt] ADJomnipotente

omnipotent

[ɒmˈnɪpətənt] adj (= all-powerful) [person] → omnipotent(e)

omnipotent

n The Omnipotentder Allmächtige

omnipotent

[ɒmˈnɪpətnt] adjonnipotente

omnipotent

(omˈnipətənt) adjective
having absolute, unlimited power. the omnipotent power of God.
omˈnipotently adverb
omˈnipotence noun
References in classic literature ?
So omnipotent is art; which in many a district of New Bedford has superinduced bright terraces of flowers upon the barren refuse rocks thrown aside at creation's final day.
His sense of proportions was altered, his financial triumphs were no longer omnipotent.
Leave here, if you will, in safety, and mind your own affairs; but if you show one particle of curiosity as to mine, if you interfere in matters which concern me and me only, remember that you are encircled by powers which are entirely ruthless, absolutely omnipotent.
It appeared to be omniscient and omnipotent, and yet was neither seen nor heard.
Him the Almighty Power Hurld headlong flaming from th' Ethereal Skie With hideous ruine and combustion down To bottomless perdition, there to dwell In Adamantine Chains and penal Fire, Who durst defie th' Omnipotent to Arms.
The body (follow me closely here) lies at the mercy of the most omnipotent of all potentates--the Chemist.
Thus exhorted, Cedric sallied forth upon his expedition; and it was not long ere he had occasion to try the force of that spell which his Jester had recommended as omnipotent.
And on the other hand she maintains that the continued absence of your omnipotent jungle friend indicates that D'Arnot is still in need of his services, either because he is wounded, or still is a prisoner in a more distant native village.
She spoke and wept with that gentleness which makes such words and tears omnipotent over a loving-hearted man.
To her, he was little short of omnipotent in his native world--this world of savage beasts and savage men.
Chance--or rather the evil influence, the Angel of Destruction, which asserted omnipotent sway over me from the moment I turned my reluctant steps from my father's door--led me first to M.
I know that of me, which thou knowest not of thyself, oh, thou omnipotent.