plenipotent

plenipotent

(pləˈnɪpətənt)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a less common word for plenipotentiary
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ple•nip•o•tent

(pləˈnɪp ə tənt)

adj.
invested with or possessing full power.
[1650–60; < Medieval Latin plēnipotent-, s. of plēnipotēns]
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References in classic literature ?
My Substitutes I send ye, and Create Plenipotent on Earth, of matchless might Issuing from mee: on your joynt vigor now My hold of this new Kingdom all depends, Through Sin to Death expos'd by my exploit.
a booster the size and weight of a full Navy destroyer", a monster of a rocket primed "to deliver seven and a half million pounds of thrust at blast-off, Saturn V, 281 feet long, 33 feet wide"--and coupled to that, NASA had fastened itself to plenipotent power capable of delivering "the heat in rocketry, the animal in the program" (67).
Nature, impassive and plenipotent, waits to reward or punish us.