Definition of all-wise in English:

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adjective

  • Knowing everything: an all-wise, omnipotent creator
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    • Is there evidence that life was formed by aloving and all-wise Creator and did not just evolve?
    • In the late republic oratory had flourished amid virtual anarchy; now, under a benevolent and all-wise ruler, great oratory was no longer needed.
    • He was a deeply religious man throughout his life, who believed that subordination to an all-powerful and all-wise God gave strength to bear any problems.

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