from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. The Almighty; God.
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Were modern medicine to fully understand and accommodate these constructs, it could then acknowledge the omnipotent power of thought or consciousness both to cause dis-ease and to manifest healing, and would lead to breakthroughs in how we understand and experience health.
Occasionally some tourist who had won the Sheep’s Penis Kansas Nine-Ball tournament would come into the Slug puffed up like the omnipotent god of the green felt, and Slick would return him to Earth, deflating his ego with gentle pokes from his custom-made, ivory-inlaid cue.
The plenipotent finger of the omnipotent God strikes the combustible elements of the air, and his red lightnings flash along on their burning cables, sending their soprano anthems to hiss and howl and join the bass strains from the sea below.
Kitchener — the blue-eyed, scarlet-faced soldier with the rampant mustache; the omnipotent war lord beckoning (“Your Country Needs You!”) from recruiting posters — was gone, drowned in the care of the navy.