existing or being everywhere, especially at the same time; omnipresent: ubiquitous fog; ubiquitous little ants.
Related formsu·biq·ui·tous·ly, adverbu·biq·ui·tous·ness, nounnon·u·biq·ui·tar·y, adjectivenon·u·biq·ui·tous, adjectivenon·u·biq·ui·tous·ly, adverbnon·u·biq·ui·tous·ness, nounun·u·biq·ui·tous, adjectiveun·u·biq·ui·tous·ly, adverbun·u·biq·ui·tous·ness, noun
Also u·biq·ui·tar·y [yoo-bik-wi-ter-ee] /yuˈbɪk wɪˌtɛr i/
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“The base is ubiquitously unhappy with everything they stand for, their associations, and the way they operate,” Horowitz said.
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British Dictionary definitions for ubiquitously
Derived Formsubiquitously, adverbubiquity or ubiquitousness, noun
having or seeming to have the ability to be everywhere at once; omnipresent
Word Origin for ubiquitous
C14: from Latin ubīque everywhere, from ubī where
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Word Origin and History for ubiquitously
"turning up everywhere," 1837, from ubiquity + -ous. The earlier word was ubiquitary (1580s), from Modern Latin ubiquitarius, from ubique. Related: Ubiquitously; ubiquitousness.
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