[ UK /juːbˈɪkwɪtəs/ ]
[ US /juˈbɪkwɪtəs/ ]
  1. being present everywhere at once
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How To Use ubiquitous In A Sentence

  • The "Carnal!!!" stencil is ubiquitous in Mexico City's Coyoacan district. The "Carnal!!!" stencil is ubiquitous in Mexico City's Coyoacan district. © Anthony Wright, 2009
  • At home it is ubiquitous but not legally a single entity. Times, Sunday Times
  • A bowl accompanied by a plate of three perogies, a scoop of mashed potatoes and a gob of the ubiquitous sour cream makes a filling, comforting and extremely thrifty supper.
  • Violins and clarinets were used in instrumental combinations in all areas, with the bagpipe (ubiquitous since the Middle Ages) prevalent in Bohemia, and the double bass and dulcimer in Moravia.
  • For example, microcrystalline pyrite is ubiquitous on the inner surface of cell walls, within lignified cell walls and in the middle lamella.
  • There were about a dozen blue-cheeked bee-eaters, a common babbler and the ubiquitous white-cheeked bulbuls.
  • The rubbish esthetic was so ubiquitous in messy piles of wallboard and carpet that it began to seem a too-facile solution.
  • Ubiquitous computing leads to the fusing of the digital and the physical.
  • The main courses are dominated by marine and freshwater fish, including the ubiquitous pike; or else game - rabbit, pheasant and duck.
  • A Gentleman refers to Cordelia in eremite terms: she "redeems inlet from a ubiquitous curse" of sinfulness so dramatically demonstrated in Lear's elder daughters. Philadelphia Reflections: Shakspere Society of Philadelphia
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