A Word A Day : Ubiquitous

Word of 16th July 2007: A Word A Day-Ubiquitous


( Adjective )

Ubiquitous (yoo BIK wi tus): being everywhere at the same time

The new beer commercial was ubiquitous. It seemed to be on every television channel at once.

Personal computers, once a rarity, have become ubiquitous.

To be ubiquitous is to be characterized by ubiquity.

The ubiquity of fast-food restaurants is one of the more depressing features of American culture.

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