One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The state of knowing everything.‘the notion of divine omniscience’‘his reputation for near omniscience and infallibility’
- ‘His omniscience was absolute.’
- ‘One does not always like to brag about her omniscience.’
- ‘If he directed with a slightly increased sense of omniscience, he could become one of the top commercial directors.’
- ‘I'm making a sweeping claim not out of omniscience but wild enthusiasm.’
- ‘He eschews technical jargon and any pretence of omniscience, providing instead an intimate, heartfelt account of his experiences.’
- ‘Many traditional historians have credited him with an almost divine omniscience.’
- ‘Rumours of his omniscience were demoralizing.’
- ‘Please note that I am not claiming omniscience, just trying to formulate my own ideas that other people can use for comparison.’
- ‘I'm not one of those reviewers claiming omniscience.’
- ‘He apparently possesses some type of economic omniscience, lacking in the rest of the general public.’
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