a combining form meaning “all,” used in the formation of compound words: omnifarious; omnipotence; omniscient.
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How to use omni- in a sentence
I suspect his final opera omni in a critical German edition will equal in length that of Augustine, Aquinas, and Bonaventure.
On Friday, O'Donnell arrived at the Omni Shoreham like a conquering hero.
Clinton, the omni-directional apologizer, declared that America owed no apology to Japan for using the atomic bomb.
Which leads us to the encounter with Ziegler in the lobby of the Omni Shoreham.
"Lilium, cojus vox generali et licentiosa usurpatione adscribitur omni flori commendabili" (Laurembergius, 1632).The plant-lore and garden-craft of Shakespeare | Henry Nicholson Ellacombe
Quam qui infringere vel minuere presumpserit, extrahat eum dominus et evertat de terra viventium cum omni posteritate sua.A Legend of Reading Abbey | Charles MacFarlane
Of Theodebert, grandson of Clovis, the same historian says, Magnum se et in omni bonitate prcipuum reddidit.
This view is the basis of the dictum de omni et nullo, on which is supposed to rest the validity of all reasoning.Analysis of Mr. Mill's System of Logic | William Stebbing
Coercitionem in histriones magistratibus in omni tempore et loco lege vetere permissam ademit.Reflections on the Rise and Fall of the Ancient Republicks | Edward Wortley Montagu
British Dictionary definitions for omni-
all or everywhere: omnipresent
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