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omnipotent
all powerful
omnivorous
devouring everything; especially intellectually
incipent
in its early stages; beginning
inception
the beginning of something
panacea
a cure all
Catholic
(capitalized) Referring to the Roman Catholic Church
annihilate
to destroy completely
renegade
an outlaw
negate
to disprove
negate
to rule out; cancel
nihilism
the total rejection of religious or moral beliefs
overt
done or shown openly
vanity
something worthless or useless
vacuous
empty, especially of meaning or purpose
vanity
conceit; especiallay about one's appearance
omnipresent
all present
aperture
an opening, especially one that admits light
vanity
a dressing table
vaunt
to boast; to brag about
holocaust
a great destruction, especially by fire
pandemonium
uproar
preclude
to prevent; to make impossible
recluse
a person who avoids mixing with people
Holocaust
(capitalized) murder by the Nazis of over 6 million Jews
catholic
including most things; universal
omnivorous
feeding on both plants and meat
cloister
a covered walking along the inside walls of a building
totalitarian
Referring to a form of government in which one person holds absolute control
cloister
a monestary or similar place of religious seclusion