1. infinitely wise
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How To Use all-knowing In A Sentence

  • Abraham onward it was introduced, slowly but foreseeingly, all-wisely and all-knowingly, for otherwise humanity were lost. William of Germany
  • That one night of every year Dad was the all-knowing and responsible adult, lighting the fuses and stepping back, while Mum tried to stop me from blowing my own limbs off.
  • (undifferenced) intelligence it is quite impossible to ascribe either all-knowingness or limited knowledge; the pradhâna, on the other hand, because consisting of the three gu/n/as, comprises also in its pradhâna state the element of Goodness which is the cause of all-knowingness. The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Sankaracarya Sacred Books of the East, Volume 1
  • The English linear tradition reaches new heights in Hockney's all-knowing self-portrait observed in a New York bathroom mirror.
  • Would an all-wise, all-knowing creator endow a morula of some twenty-four to ninety-six cells with a soul before it gets safely implanted in a loving mother's womb?
  • I do not wish to try to pass myself off as an all-knowing mariner but I'd like to try to instill some focus on the recreational mariner's obligations.
  • Two of them are major characters that complement Hapthorn's reasoning skills: his Integrator, which started as an all-knowing computer but has since been decanted into an ape/cat-like creature called a grinnet; and his intuitive other-self which occupies the recesses of his mind - a personality known as Osk Rievor. REVIEW: The Spiral Labyrinth by Matthew Hughes
  • They are basically warm people, albeit a bit garrulous at times with some who profess, quite irritatingly, to be the all-knowing type.
  • Why then are Mr and Mrs Bennet in the dark, and Mr Collins and Lady Catherine - the two most obtuse and imperceptive characters in the novel - all-knowing on this confidential matter?
  • It's a picture of all-knowing Newton, the defining scientific mind of world history, staring into the abyss of unknowing.
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