all-powerful

[awl-pou-er-fuhl]
adjective
having or exercising exclusive and unlimited authority; omnipotent.

Origin:
1685–95

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all-powerful
 
adj
possessing supreme power; omnipotent

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Example sentences
But he preferred to leave that style of argument to those who deem it
  unanswerable, universal and all-powerful.
In a country whose bestselling newspapers are mostly football-oriented, it is
  the all-powerful television that really matters.
Local critics have accused the all-powerful petroleum ministry of committing
  too much for export at prices that are too low.
Yet the cult of the all-powerful chief executive, armed with sackfuls of stock
  options, has too often pushed such checks aside.
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