a. having total knowledge; knowing everything
I do not pretend to be omniscient, but I am positive about this fact.
Sentence in Classic:
A startling thought this, that a woman could handle business matters as well as or better than a man, a revolutionary thought to Scarlett who had been reared in the tradition that men were omniscient and women none too bright.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context
Since I have undertaken to manhandle this Leviathan, it behooves me to approve myself omnisciently exhaustive in the enterprise; not overlooking the minutest seminal germs of his blood, and spinning him out to the uttermost coil of his bowels.
Moby Dick By Herman Melville Context
Yet a remarkable fact was the circumstance that he always contrived to temper his omniscience with a certain readiness to give way, a certain ability so to keep a rein upon himself that never did his utterances become too loud or too soft, or transcend what was perfectly befitting.
Dead Souls By Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol Context