omniscience

Part of speech: noun

Infiuite knowledge.

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Usage examples "omniscience":

  1. " I was very much puzzled, but the force with which Tibertius' omniscience was affirmed impressed me. - "Contemporary Russian Novelists", Serge Persky.
  2. Our case, too, was somewhat peculiar; obsolete technicalities, only half intelligible even to experts, met us at every turn; and when we got out into the open air I felt that the thing was indeed done, but that it would puzzle omniscience to do it in exactly the same way again. - "Reminiscences of Charles Bradlaugh", George W. Foote.
  3. Some, who had neglected their tutor all the term, now strove to absorb his omniscience in a sitting. - "Victorian Short Stories", Various.