The ubiquity of smartphones and the widespread connectivity to the Internet seems often used for petty, if not harmful, ends.
But the ubiquity of the media platforms, and the Wild West nature of the environment, was simultaneously undermining the swell.
But eventually that commitment to ubiquity and sameness killed the company.
While the end of prohibition brought an end to the alcohol black market in America, the ubiquity of it brought its own problems.
Her ubiquity has spawned the bipartisan tradition of “the Jackson Lee jar.”
The story of his literary struggles is brimful of courage and romance, and the impression of the book is mainly that of ubiquity.
This is considered a slight on the power and ubiquity of the German Navy.
In a few minutes one little span of earth would keep down that strange form which seemed once endowed with ubiquity.
Such was the ubiquity of the emperor that this was absolutely hopeless.
One of the first sensations of the tourist in India is the ubiquity of the bull, the cow, and the ox.
1570s, from Middle French ubiquité (17c.), from Latin ubique "everywhere," from ubi "where" (see ubi) + que "any, also, ever," a suffix that can give universal meaning to the word it is attached to. Originally a Lutheran theological position maintaining the omnipresence of Christ.