- adj. Having knowledge of all things said or done.
- From all- + seeing. (Wiktionary)
“The earliest symbols for the Trinity were abstract: the equilateral triangle, sometimes embellished with rays; an eye enclosed within a triangle, referring to the all-seeing eye of God watching from the Trinity; the triangle enclosing a circle, suggesting the eternity of the Trinity; three interlocking circles to imply equality, unity, and eternity in the persons of the Trinity; or three equal intertwining arches, the triquetra, an early Christian emblem for the Trinity.”
“Here Bassett, helped by Ngurn and Balatta, weakly sat up, swaying weakly from the hips, and with clear, unfaltering, all-seeing eyes gazed upon the Red One.”
“Just as heinous is that every year, more and more municipal governments pretend that they plant these all-seeing menaces in the interest of “safety.””
“Was there ever a more astute all-seeing chronicler of the rock ‘n’ roll business, I thought?”
“She pushes her long dark hair behind her ears and adjusts her purple eyeglasses to put them closer to her all-seeing eyes.”
“Then, there is the reality that doctors are not omniscient (even though we sometimes must make decisions which only an all-seeing being should make).”
“Without a Trace and CSI: New York in particular rely on a vertiginous aerial approach from high above the skyscrapers as an introductory shot, a framing, and a interstitial narrative device:the camera is an all-seeing eye which swoops down into the city, particularly notable and potentially menacing to anyone who lived in New York City during September 11 and in the surveillance environment of post 9/11 America and the Patriot Act.”
“How can the straw or the wheat sleep under the great weight of that all-seeing eye, after preparing exotic meals of wine-drenched goat and lettuce?”
“But it's not as if the entire discipline, with its roots in Adam Smith and the physiocrats and its tradition of rational inquiry, has been debunked; rather it was the predictive aspect of the field, with its all-seeing, all-knowing markets and its powerful grip on policymaking, that has taken the most knocks.”
“If you want the increased challenge, but aren't crazy enough to try and sneak a draw past Ol 'Tom's all-seeing eyes, try a crossbow.”
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