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all-powerful

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Definition of all-powerful in English:

adjective

Having complete power: an all-powerful dictator
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  • By 1987 the Tories were all-powerful, and people were speculating Labour would never hold power again.
  • As for the constitutional argument, the assumption seems to be that the principle of legislative supremacy is all-powerful.
  • It seems to me that this presents a very wimpy view of what is supposed to be an omnipotent, all-powerful deity.
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