[This word describes conceptually an attribute or an aspect of God, although by it's very nature this 'new word', yes even by it's definition, maybe is (perhaps to some people) crude in it's grasp and too Western, even Frankish in character, suspected of departing from holiest purity in systematics or scholasticism; yet, I believe it still to be somewhat useful even as western formality in art can be useful. In this case, I use this word to augment some common theological parallel speech (see the final paragraphs below in this article) because it is definitively 'multi-dimensional' even as The Sign of The Cross can be considered 'multi-dimensional': perhaps it is too simple an opinion to express by itself but it is still 'the truth' to me.]
adjective, literally ('All poised' implying automatic,-ally describing a Self, The Deity;) from Latin, omnis, all, and French -aplomb-, perpendicularity)
(noun, Omniaplombience, (properly;) alternatively, Omniaplomb, literally 'All-poise';
likely to be rare -or could be rare-,Omniaplombness; also as rare -or colloquial-, Omniaplombienceness; and as very rare, Omniaplombiency)
To be said (to be) another aspect or an attribute of the Catholic Trinity who is God the Father and the Son who is Jesus the Christ and the Holy Ghost who proceeds from the Father, meaning 'covering all (His) bases', simultaneously, (and across time-and beyond time) and not being moved except by (His) Own Will being done- yet paradoxically also ever and always being moved by (His) Own Will being done in perfect proper measure for measure (or measures generally;) universally responsible of (His) Own Integrity; so not stoic precisely; also -of note- suffering fools only as (He) desires so to do momentously; not rattled; awake and aware and miraculously always unterrified; surprise-able in uncommon practice; yet, even then, only by (His) choice; synonymous with ---------?
This Term may be used in a sentance such as: "May we all be through faith in our Lord Jesus Christ , God the Son, for whom there is no substitute, become fully counted worthy to partake in the Divine Nature and share in Him who is Omniaplombsive [and Good.]"
(The term denotes absolute impossibility to appall (Him who chooses to be in Heaven) unless that ever were possible according to God by (His Own) choosing to be appalled: furthermore, if that were ever so, that could not be for anyone else's exclusive purpose for Him to be so moved...for God cannot be moved by His creation except as He is willing.)
(The term connotes God's very own aspect, while living among (all) other beings -each with own individual free will-; yet, the term is properly reserved for respecting the Triune God of the Catholic Church exclusively; so other serious usage for description of any other being or other beings lacks propriety unless used in description of a Church recognized Heavenly Saint in Union with God per se, i.e. The Virgin Mary, the Theotokos', or of all Church recognized Heavenly Saints together in Union with God.)
This term is properly included among other aspects listed of which this may be considered (as) primary if described as a corollary, and rationally and sensibly nearly fully 'ordinant', and thus 'more than simply subordinant' as are described herein as: terms describing The God (of the Catholic Church) Being; Omnipresent, Omniscient, and Omnipotent.
This is my word, seriously coined by me, to parallel those other more common theological 'omnis' -terms although in common speech, the word(s), "all poised, or all-poised" are probably fine to use.