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  • n. Plural form of omnipotence.


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  • One; that He has, as it were, marked out a path for Himself, and confined the freedom of His will and the manifold omnipotences of His power to prescribed limits, that He has determined the course of His future action.

    Expositions of Holy Scripture Isaiah and Jeremiah

  • They unite their three omnipotences in one movement for your salvation.

    New Tabernacle Sermons

  • The ancients did all this, but where are those haughty omnipotences now?

    History of Woman Suffrage, Volume II

  • "Kehama" is doubtless more powerful, but I don't feel that firm footing in it that I do in "Roderick;" my imagination goes sinking and floundering in the vast spaces of unopened-before systems and faiths; I am put out of the pale of my old sympathies; my moral sense is almost outraged; I can't believe, or with horror am made to believe, such desperate chances against omnipotences, such disturbances of faith to the centre.

    The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb — Volume 5 The Letters of Charles and Mary Lamb


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