[ yoo-bik-wi-tuh s ]
/ yuˈbɪk wɪ təs /
existing or being everywhere, especially at the same time; omnipresent: ubiquitous fog; ubiquitous little ants.
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Also u·biq·ui·tar·y [yoo-bik-wi-ter-ee] /yuˈbɪk wɪˌtɛr i/.
u·biq·ui·tous·ly, adverbu·biq·ui·tous·ness, nounnon·u·biq·ui·tar·y, adjectivenon·u·biq·ui·tous, adjective
non·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
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Examples from the Web for ubiquitously
“The base is ubiquitously unhappy with everything they stand for, their associations, and the way they operate,” Horowitz said.
The salvaged food was brought from the piers to the kitchens by Boy Scouts, ubiquitously useful in any public undertaking.Our Schools in War Time—and After|Arthur Davis Dean
British Dictionary definitions for ubiquitously
/ (juːˈbɪkwɪtəs) /
having or seeming to have the ability to be everywhere at once; omnipresent
Derived Formsubiquitously, adverbubiquity or ubiquitousness, noun
Word Origin for ubiquitous
C14: from Latin ubīque everywhere, from ubī where
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Word Origin and History for ubiquitously
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