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Princeton's WordNet

  1. ubiquity, ubiquitousness, omnipresencenoun

    the state of being everywhere at once (or seeming to be everywhere at once)


  1. ubiquitynoun

    The state or quality of being, or appearing to be, everywhere at once; actual or perceived omnipresence.

  2. ubiquitynoun

    Anything that is found to be ubiquitous within a specified area

  3. Etymology: From ubiquité, from ubique.

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. Ubiquitynoun

    Omnipresence; existence at the same time in all places.

    Etymology: from ubique, Latin.

    In the one there is attributed to God death, whereof divine nature is not capable; in the other ubiquity unto man, which human nature admitteth not. Richard Hooker.

    Pem she hight,
    A solemn wight,
    As you should meet,
    In any street,
    In that ubiquity. Ben Jonson.

    Could they think that to be infinite and immense, the ubiquity of which they could thrust into a corner of their closet. South.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Ubiquitynoun

    existence everywhere, or in places, at the same time; omnipresence; as, the ubiquity of God is not disputed by those who admit his existence

  2. Ubiquitynoun

    the doctrine, as formulated by Luther, that Christ's glorified body is omnipresent


  1. Ubiquity

    Ubiquity, an add-on for Mozilla Firefox, is a collection of quick and easy natural-language-derived commands that act as mashups of web services, thus allowing users to get information and relate it to current and other webpages. It also allows Web users to create new commands without requiring much technical background.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Ubiquity

    ū-bik′wi-ti, n. existence everywhere at the same time: omnipresence.—ns. Ubī′ety, the state of being in a definite place, whereness: omnipresence; Ubiquitā′rian, one who believes in the relative omnipresence of the human nature of Christ, and accordingly in His actual necessary bodily presence in the Eucharist.—adj. omnipresent—also adj. and n. Ubiquā′rian (rare).—adjs. Ubiq′uitous, Ubiq′uitary, being everywhere.—adv. Ubiq′uitously. [Fr. ubiquité, formed from L. ubique, everywhere.]

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of ubiquity in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of ubiquity in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of ubiquity in a Sentence

  1. Commissioner Don Garber:

    We have not yet been able to create the ubiquity that exists with the other more established leagues, like the National Basketball Association and the National Football League, that's really our next frontier.

  2. Danielle Ramo:

    Smartphones can track how much someone drinks very quickly and easily, smartphone apps have a lot of promise because of their ubiquity, because of their integration into people's lives.

  3. Bill Taubman:

    We customize our malls for each market and we built most of them. It's different when you build it than buying it. We are conceptualizing from scratch, ubiquity is an issue for many malls, particularly in competitive markets.

  4. Nick Carpou:

    With these characters that have reached a level of ubiquity in our culture, these movies continue to create this want to see.

  5. Allison Goddard:

    I have seen, for example, a video of a C-section, and it shows the patient being rolled into the operating room. It shows the patient being prepped for surgery. You could see her hospital gown tucked up under her breasts. You could see her bare belly, it's horrifying to think that, especially in today's day and age of the ubiquity of videos on the internet, if one of those videos were to get in the wrong hands, there's no controlling it. It takes Allison Goddard own medical care outside Allison Goddard own control.

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