All-powerful (adjective)

Having complete power; able to do anything.

Origin:

Mid 17th century: from all + powerful.

Examples:

  1. He believed that God was all-powerful.
  2. She felt small and insignificant in the face of the all-powerful government.
  3. He was convinced that money was all-powerful.
  4. The dictator saw himself as all-powerful.
  5. Some people believe that technology is all-powerful and can solve any problem.
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