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Friday, August 12, 2005

Definitions for ubiquitous

  1. Existing or being everywhere, or in all places, at the same time.

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Citations for ubiquitous
In spite of the ubiquitous beggars, gypsies and 'naked urchins', Skopje was an attractive town in the early part of the century. Anne Sebba, Mother Teresa: Beyond the Image
Airborne gambling, shopping and videoconferencing may all be ubiquitous in the future. Peter H. Lewis, New York Times
Origin of ubiquitous
Ubiquitous derives, via French, from Latin ubique, "everywhere," from ubi, "where." The noun form is ubiquity.