all-powerful

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From all- +‎ powerful.

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all-powerful (not comparable)

  1. Having unlimited power; omnipotent.
    • 1887, H. Rider Haggard, She: A History of Adventure[1]:
      "Why, dost thou believe that I, who am all-powerful, I, whose loveliness is more than the loveliness of the Grecian Helen, of whom they used to sing, and whose wisdom is wider, ay, far more wide and deep than the wisdom of Solomon the Wise [...] why, I say, oh stranger, dost thou think that I herd here with barbarians lower than the beasts?"

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