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Definition of "ubiquitous" [u•biq•ui•tous]

  • Being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time; omnipresent: "plodded through the shadows fruitlessly like an ubiquitous spook” ( Joseph Heller). (adjective)
  • Having or seeming to have the ability to be everywhere at once; omnipresent (adjective)

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Use "ubiquitous" in a sentence
  • "His own goal was to see us reach the same state in respect of computing - hence the term ubiquitous computing."
  • "So ubiquitous is this t-shirt in Washington, even President Obama's supporters have appropriated it."
  • "The need to cover one's nether regions, while not ubiquitous, is nearly so."