One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘That is, the author disappears as the story teller, and the history reads omnisciently.’
- ‘A white aerostat blimp looms omnisciently above, launched below from Ft. Huachuca, the country's largest military intelligence complex.’
- ‘She put her hand on the table staring omnisciently at the model.’
- ‘This is the flaw in treating the play as a theatrical fantasy conjured up by Prospero: if he is omnisciently running the show, nothing can ever go wrong.’
- ‘Barker never writes omnisciently; even in the third person, the narration is always told from one character or another's point of view.’
- ‘Here the singer expresses a rather queasy fantasy - that of being able to control, or at least omnisciently observe, his lover's errant sexual behavior.’
- ‘He notices as though he has been watching over omnisciently.’
- ‘You are expected as a doctor to be calm, absolutely competent at all time - omnisciently so - you have absolutely no margin of error.’
- ‘What they do contain is fact, interpretation, and commentary, delivered omnisciently.’
- ‘There is no personal god omnisciently watching over your every move and waiting at the end of the road to judge you.’
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