omniscient

[ om-nish-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF omniscient

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OMNISCIENT

Because He is omniscient, and we cannot hide anything from Him, not even our thoughts.

Hetty would have liked to be omniscient that she might procure for him all he could desire.

Does not your omniscient brother appear to you to have made a mistake?

That is the hobby of all diplomatists; they like people to believe that they are omniscient.

She did not even ask me what I meant; as if the greatness of her soul was omniscient.

Aum, the Absolute, the Omniscient, is always typified by a circle.

Even if the bureaucracy were omniscient, such a condition of life would be intolerable.

The law, whose arrangements of words are omniscient, provided such a halo.

Buddhas are wise; Buddhas are omniscient; Buddhas foresee the future.

It appeared to be omniscient and omnipotent, and yet was neither seen nor heard.

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