omnificent

adjective
om·nif·i·cent | \äm-ˈni-fə-sənt \

Definition of omnificent 

: unlimited in creative power

First Known Use of omnificent

1677, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for omnificent

Latin omni- + English -ficent (as in magnificent)

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