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Friday, June 01, 2007

Definitions for omnipresent

  1. Present in all places at the same time; ubiquitous.

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Citations for omnipresent
It was rather that myth was omnipresent; the whole people thought in this way and were long confirmed in their belief. Jacob Burckhardt, The Greeks and Greek Civilization
But the music of Bortnyansky was exultant, and the canticleswere borne aloft to God the omnipotent, the omniscient, the omnipresent. Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin, How it All Began (translated by George Shriver)
Origin of omnipresent
Omnipresent is from Medieval Latin omnipresens, from Latin omni-, "all" + praesens, present participle of praeesse, "to be before, to be present," from prae-, "before" + esse, "to be."