a. all-powerful; having unlimited or universal power, authority, or force
The monarch regarded himself as omnipotent and responsible to no one for his acts.
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It moved every feeling of wonder and awe that the picture of an omnipotent God warring with his creatures was capable of exciting.
Frankenstein By Mary Wollstonecraft (Godwin) Shelley Context
Thus exhorted, Cedric sallied forth upon his expedition; and it was not long ere he had occasion to try the force of that spell which his Jester had recommended as omnipotent.
But, fearful of this, the lord omnipotent hath hidden them in caverned gloom, and laid a mountain mass high over them, and appointed them a ruler, who should know by certain law to strain and slacken the reins at command.
Those are so great, and so strong, in the case of promises, that omnipotency itself can be tied by them.
Second Treatise of Government By John Locke Context