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om·nis·cient

 (ŏm-nĭsh′ənt)
adj.
Having total knowledge; knowing everything: an omniscient deity; the omniscient narrator.
n.
1. One having total knowledge.
2. Omniscient God. Used with the.

[Medieval Latin omnisciēns, omniscient- : Latin omni-, omni- + Latin sciēns, scient-, present participle of scīre, to know; see skei- in Indo-European roots.]

om·nis′cience, om·nis′cien·cy n.
om·nis′cient·ly adv.
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omniscient

(ɒmˈnɪsɪənt)
adj
1. having infinite knowledge or understanding
2. having very great or seemingly unlimited knowledge
[C17: from Medieval Latin omnisciens, from Latin omni- + scīre to know]
omˈniscience n
omˈnisciently adv
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om•nis•cient

(ɒmˈnɪʃ ənt)

adj.
1. having complete or unlimited knowledge, awareness, or understanding.
n.
2. an omniscient being.
3. the Omniscient, God.
om•nis′cient•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.omniscient - infinitely wiseomniscient - infinitely wise      
wise - having or prompted by wisdom or discernment; "a wise leader"; "a wise and perceptive comment"
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omniscient

adjective all-knowing, all-seeing, all-wise He believes in a benevolent and omniscient deity.
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Translations
allwissendomniszient
kaikkitietävä
allvetande

omniscient

[ɒmˈnɪsɪənt] ADJomnisciente
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omniscient

[ɒmˈnɪsɪənt] adjomniscient(e)
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omniscient

adjallwissend
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omniscient

[ɒmˈnɪsɪənt] adjonnisciente
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