all–seeing

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adjective all–see·ing \(ˈ)ȯl-¦sē-iŋ\

Definition of all–seeing

  1. :  able to see or detect everything that is present or happening an all-seeing deity an all-seeing surveillance system He shows that the Gestapo was no all-seeing Orwellian presence terrorizing citizens into compliance. — David Gates, Newsweek, 6 Mar. 2000

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