- having complete or unlimited knowledge, awareness, or understanding; perceiving all things.
- an omniscient being.
- the Omniscient, God.
Origin of omniscient
Examples from the Web for omniscient
Contemporary Examples of omniscient
Dora is seen getting dressed as a mermaid by a cursor being manned by some omniscient game player.Sleazy Billionaire’s Double Life Featured Beach Parties With Stephen Hawking
January 8, 2015
Problem witnesses come in two stripes: omniscient and universal.Why Do We Keep Telling The Same False Stories About School Shooters?
March 3, 2012
Historical Examples of omniscient
Because He is omniscient, and we cannot hide anything from Him, not even our thoughts.An Explanation of Luther's Small Catechism
Hetty would have liked to be omniscient that she might procure for him all he could desire.Hetty's Strange History
Does not your omniscient brother appear to you to have made a mistake?Euthydemus
That is the hobby of all diplomatists; they like people to believe that they are omniscient.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
She did not even ask me what I meant; as if the greatness of her soul was omniscient.Romance
Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
- having infinite knowledge or understanding
- having very great or seemingly unlimited knowledge
Word Origin for omniscient
Word Origin and History for omniscient
c.1600, from Modern Latin omniscientem (nominative omnisciens), back-formation from Medieval Latin omniscientia (see omniscience). Related: Omnisciently.