Definition of Omnicompetence

1. Noun. The state of being omnicompetent; the ability to do everything. ¹



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Definition of Omnicompetence

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Omnicompetence

omneity
omni-
omniana
omnianas
omniarch
omniarchs
omnibenevolence
omnibenevolent
omnibi
omnibibulous
omnibus
omnibus(a)
omnibuses
omnibusses
omnicide
omnicompetence (current term)
omnicompetences
omnicompetent
omnicorporeal
omnidirectional
omnidirectional antenna
omnidirectional radio range
omnidirectional range
omnidirectionality
omnidirectionally
omnieties
omniety
omnifarious
omniferous
omnific

Literary usage of Omnicompetence

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1. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1843)
"omnicompetence. Because it will the better enable it to give effect to the will of the supreme constitutive, and advancement to the interest and security of ..."

2. Guild Socialism: A Plan for Economic Democracy by George Douglas Howard Cole (1921)
"By this criticism we destroyed the idea of State " omnicompetence." / Secondly, in dealing with Collectivist theories in I the economic sphere, we destroyed ..."

3. The Age of the Reformation by Preserved Smith (1920)
"Both assume fully the sovereignty of the people and the omnicompetence of their elected representatives. ..."

4. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"We now deeply suspect our cherished intimations from the past, our omniscience, and our omnicompetence. The sophisticated among us can discover at a ..."

5. Political Theories of the Middle Age by Otto Friedrich von Gierke, Frederic William Maitland (1900)
"Sovereign- It was within the Church that the idea of Mon- Pope. archical omnicompetence first began to appear. It appeared in the shape of ..."

6. Authority in the Modern State by Harold Joseph Laski (1919)
"He had never denied the omnicompetence of the Pope. He had always insisted that the plenitudo potestatis was, in this realm, at least, justified by its ..."

7. Factors in Modern History by Albert Frederick Pollard (1907)
"It is the philosophical expression of the maturity of the State which had grown from childish weakness into theoretical omnicompetence; and Hobbes is the ..."

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