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The synonyms of “Omniscient” are: all-knowing
Omniscient as an Adjective
Definitions of "Omniscient" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “omniscient” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Knowing everything.
- Infinitely wise.
Synonyms of "Omniscient" as an adjective (1 Word)
Usage Examples of "Omniscient" as an adjective
- A third-person omniscient narrator.
Associations of "Omniscient" (30 Words)
|almighty||Having complete power; omnipotent.|
I swear by almighty God.
|bible||The sacred writings of the Christian religions.|
|blaspheme||Utter obscenities or profanities.|
|blessed||Roman Catholic proclaimed one of the blessed and thus worthy of veneration.|
A blessed time.
|consecrate||Dedicate to a deity by a vow.|
The consecrated chapel.
|creator||A person or thing that brings something into existence.|
James Bond s creator Ian Fleming.
|deification||An embodiment of the qualities of a god.|
The capitalists deification of capital.
|deist||Of or relating to deism.|
|deity||The creator and supreme being (in a monotheistic religion such as Christianity.|
A deity of ancient Greece.
|divine||Resulting from divine providence.|
Her pies were simply divine.
|divinity||White creamy fudge made with egg whites.|
A doctor of divinity.
|ecclesiastical||Of or associated with a church (especially a Christian Church.|
The ecclesiastical hierarchy.
|enshrine||Preserve (a right, tradition, or idea) in a form that ensures it will be protected and respected.|
The right of all workers to strike was enshrined in the new constitution.
|godly||Emanating from God.|
Leading a godly life.
|hallowed||Worthy of religious veneration.|
|heavenly||Of the heavens or sky.|
|liturgy||A religious service conducted according to a liturgy.|
At the conclusion of the liturgy the Bishop presented the certificates.
|omnipotent||Having unlimited power.|
God is described as omnipotent and benevolent.
|omniscience||The state of knowing everything.|
The notion of divine omniscience.
|pantheon||A temple to all the gods.|
The deities of the Hindu pantheon.
|paradise||An ideal or idyllic place or state.|
Martyrs who die in battle with the ungodly earn instant transmission to paradise.
|sacred||Made or declared or believed to be holy; devoted to a deity or some religious ceremony or use.|
A private office sacred to the President.
|sacrosanct||(especially of a principle, place, or routine) regarded as too important or valuable to be interfered with.|
The individual s right to work has been upheld as sacrosanct.
|scripture||The sacred writings of Christianity contained in the Bible.|
Passages of scripture.
|theologian||A person who engages or is an expert in theology.|
|theological||Of or relating to or concerning theology.|
A reworking of the past that was partly theological.
|theology||A particular system or school of religious beliefs and teachings.|
|worship||The activity of worshipping.|
Worship of the Mother Goddess.