All-powerful



having or exercising exclusive and unlimited authority; omnipotent.
Contemporary Examples

Two years later, she and her husband were all-powerful, supporting their nephew as he took the reins of power.
The Women Behind the Throne in North Korea’s ‘Empire of Horror’ The Telegraph December 14, 2013

Lee Smith argues that – among other things – the second Obama term is falsifying the fantasy of an all-powerful Israel lobby.
How AIPAC is Losing David Frum February 26, 2013

But come December, she transforms from press junket junkie to all-powerful mistress of ceremonies.
The Golden Globes’ Seating Arbiter Spills Nicole LaPorte January 9, 2011

How her role became more “maternal rather than marital,” and branding Hawking an “all-powerful emperor” and “masterly puppeteer.”
The Other Side of Stephen Hawking: Strippers, Aliens, and Disturbing Abuse Claims Marlow Stern November 5, 2014

Nobody forced George W. Bush to make Karl Rove his all-knowing, all-powerful political adviser.
Republicans Allowed Karl Rove to Mislead Them Again Matt Latimer November 16, 2012

Historical Examples

Let us push our inquiries as to the nature of this all-powerful agent.
The Physical Life of Woman: Dr. George H Napheys

Salicetti and Gasparin, being the legates of the Convention, were all-powerful.
The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte William Milligan Sloane

He was all-powerful with juries, and with the people he was always a favorite.
Stories Of Ohio William Dean Howells

Now if God is all-wise and all-powerful, why need we so carefully instruct Him?
The Right Knock Helen Van-Anderson

If you were all-powerful, would you not give me all that I desired?
The Catholic World; Volume I, Issues 1-6 E. Rameur

adjective
possessing supreme power; omnipotent

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