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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

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
1830-1840
Ubiquitous derives, via French, from Latin ubique, "everywhere," from ubi, "where." The noun form is ubiquity.