Definition of omnipotence
1 : the quality or state of being omnipotent
2 : an agency or force of unlimited power
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But where Goddard convinced Ken even misfits have a sector of omnipotence, Bizzard made him feel cemented in failure.
Ever the performer, Saddam oscillated between denying knowledge of atrocities that occurred under his rule and proclaiming his own omnipotence.
If applied to security systems and other live video feeds, this sort of technology gives those with the power to search through it a sort of instant, god-like omnipotence.
His career was the source of his feelings of omnipotence and grandiosity.
Gus’s cranky obsessions are catnip to Mr. Jones, who makes a meal of the character’s belief in the omnipotence of Alexander the Great and the curative powers of Windex.
Microsoft's omnipotence over users and desktops is an anomaly.
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