Omníscient. adj. [omnis and scio, Lat.] Infinitely wise; knowing without bounds; knowing every thing.
By no means trust to your own judgment alone; for no man is omniscient. Bacon's Adv. to Villiers.
What can 'scape the eye
Of God all-seeing, or deceive his heart
Omniscient? Milton's Paradise Lost, b. x.
Whatsoever is known, is some way present; and that which is present, cannot but be known by him who is omniscient. South's Sermons.
Omniscient master, omniscient king,
To thee, to thee, my last distress I bring. Prior.