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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishomnipotentom‧nip‧o‧tent /ɒmˈnɪpətənt $ ɑːm-/ adjective formal  CANable to do everything syn all-powerfulomnipotence noun [uncountable]
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omnipotentThe Lugbara also believe in a single omnipotent deity as the ultimate creator of life and the dispenser of death.Police culture is omnipotent is structuring such views of critical research.We had built a giant and omnipotent mortgage department; then we let half of it leave and fired the rest.The man reassuring him is, or has the authority of, the omniscient and omnipotent novelist.Nevertheless he was not omnipotent or omniscient, either.But any notion of a central planning authority, with if not exactly omnipotent powers over other government departments, soon foundered.Big, omnipotent, unpredictable, undependable and cruel.
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