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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of omnipotence

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of omnipotence:
/ɑmnɪpətəns/

Derived Form of omnipotence

noun
plural: omnipotences
Noun
1
the state of being omnipotent; having unlimited power
HyponymsGod's Will,
Hypernymsstate,
Type ofstate,
TypesGod's Will,

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  1. Like a boy's fantasies of being drunk on omnipotence.
  2. I've given you omnipotence.
  3. to a God, who if you really believe in his omnipotence,
  4. He challenged the omnipotence of the gods.
  5. The extent of my omnipotence, and all that shit.
  6. of the omnipotence of the Duce himself.
  7. They feel a feeling of omnipotence.
  8. And with it, your omnipotence.
  9. Additionally, Tetsuo goes from punching bag to omnipotence in a matter of hours. Similarly,
  10. A good beginning might be to give up the hint of omnipotence that teachers tend to possess
  11. He told me that you must proclaim his omnipotence.
  12. and said that you should proclaim His omnipotence
  13. our king's omnipotence.
  14. You won free and fair elections 3 years ago, obtaining a two-thirds majority: this provided you with an enormous authority which by now you have turned into a quasi-omnipotence.
  15. >> Please, your omnipotence! Have mercy!
  16. chapter from book one called The omnipotence of the majority
  17. omnipotence, that the people have come to be the ultimate or
  18. Descartes, in thinking about God's omnipotence,
  19. are always complex. As soon as we pass from steel and concrete to the earth the omnipotence
  20. It's a shame that Allah, for all his omnipotence,