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Definition of Omnificent
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Literary usage of Omnificent
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1. The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1917)
"... the " omnificent" and the " great Architect of the world." 525. See our Stanzas III-X, et seq., and also Berosus' account of primeval creation. 526. ..."
2. The Theosophical Glossary by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, George Robert Stow Mead (1892)
"The "omnificent ". A Vedic god, a personification of the creative Force, described as the One " all-seeing god, the generator, disposer, who ... is beyond ..."
3. Out-doors at Idlewild; Or, The Shaping of a Home on the Banks of the Hudson by Nathaniel Parker Willis (1855)
"... there are only two or three kinds of gates—a poverty-of adaptedness, which, as I said before, is behind the omnificent age we live in. ..."
4. Wandering Jew by Moncure Daniel Conway (1881)
"... for the translation of which I am in- 1 The ' omnificent,' who offered up all worlds in a general sacrifice, and ended by sacrificing himself. ..."
5. Poets and Prose Writers of New South Wales by George Burnett Barton (1866)
"... hears in the occasional moan, as it were, of a self-sequestered sorrow, how bitterly the deep omnificent spirit had been stricken by the coldness—cold, ..."