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  1. having unlimited power
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How To Use all-powerful In A Sentence

  • So that means that for five of the last eight years, all-powerful, unelected leaders have ruled over us.
  • Schools of occultism insist most strenuously on the deific and all-powerful nature of such beings.
  • Would it not have been better for the remaining millions of British people if our all-powerful law machine had granted him a full pardon, together with an order never to set foot on British soil for the rest of his lifetime?
  • Eventually, our turn came around, and Ciaran and I were presented with the all-powerful microphone.
  • * This is the name theologians conventionally give to the contradiction between an all-powerful and beneficent God who nevertheless creates or allows evil to exist in the world. In the Valley of the Shadow
  • Americans tend to think of the presidency as all-powerful, but much of its authority comes from the ability to convince the public to follow, and the same is sometimes true in diplomacy.
  • Scholars have been aware for a long time of a certain “disconnect” between the version of God preached by Judaism and Christianity—an all-knowing, omnipresent, and all-powerful deity—and the way in which God is depicted in, especially, some of the earliest parts of the Hebrew Bible. In the Valley of the Shadow
  • It assumes humans can abstract themselves from reality and go romping through history looking for the all-powerful distant cause that will explain each and every aspect of our current situation.
  • He does not though, claim that the upper classes are all-powerful.
  • Hollywood stars of the 30s were in awe of the all-powerful studio bosses.
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