If the ubiquitous red tape is annoying, other local customs are downright bizarre.
But that changed in the 19th century, when two important developments helped make ice cream the ubiquitous snack it is today.
This strategy was laid out by the ubiquitous pundit in a column published a mere two days after the election.
Before that, people were complaining about pirates being too ubiquitous as the hip costume du jour.
With a new era of ubiquitous drones on the way, the company is flying some very friendly skies.
The red shiner was ubiquitous, and was the dominant species at a majority of stations.
The impact of Westernism upon the Orient is too ubiquitous to be confined to books.
His ubiquitous patrols seriously alarmed the Boer general as to the safety of his outposts at Arundel.
No one was overlooked or forgotten by him; like the young Cratchits, he was “ubiquitous.”
The celebrant arrived, this ubiquitous official leads the way to the church.