ubiquity

[ UK /juːbˈɪkwɪti/ ]
[ US /juˈbɪkwɪti/ ]
NOUN
  1. the state of being everywhere at once (or seeming to be everywhere at once)
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How To Use ubiquity In A Sentence

  • These subjects come together for us when we discuss the representation of embodiment that insists both on the fleshly materiality of the body, and the ubiquity of unconscious fantasy that underpins being-in-the-body.
  • The title symbolically equips the with explosive power and a procreative, insectlike ubiquity.
  • The sheer ubiquity of moving images has steadily undermined the standards people once had both for cinema as art and for cinema as popular entertainment '. The Times Literary Supplement
  • First, the ubiquity of smartphones. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cheapness and ubiquity of plastics, and the problems caused when they're carelessly thrown away, blind us to the utility and versatility of these marvellously mutable materials.
  • The diversity of contract language results in the ubiquity of contract interpretation.
  • The abnormal pressure reservoir is ubiquity and the genetic of it is diverse.
  • The diversity of contract language results in the ubiquity of contract interpretation.
  • Both are characterized by their ubiquity and their antiquity: No known human culture lacks them, and musical instruments are among the oldest human artifacts, dating to the Late Pleistocene about 50,000 years ago. A Sound Check For the Ages
  • Perhaps that ubiquity puts a brake on its ability to astound or shape-shift. Retromania: Pop Culture's Addiction to its Own Past by Simon Reynolds – review
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