Existing everywhere, or seeming to exist everywhere; omnipresent. The term is often used in phrases such as "ubiquitous computing", to designate something that seems to have become so popular it can be found anywhere and everywhere.

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  • Although few people owned cellular phones twenty years ago, they have now become so ubiquitous that some consider it strange not to own one.

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  • The internet seems to be ubiquitous in this day and age; you have access to it almost wherever you go.

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  • It is undeniable that the powers of the universe are ubiquitous, found everywhere in nature, social interactions, physical activity, etc.

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