Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a ubiquitous manner; in a manner involving real or apparent omnipresence.
- adv. In a ubiquitous manner.
- ubiquitous + -ly (Wiktionary)
“You know who you are, and I know you’re sick of hearing yourself described as ubiquitously nice.”
“This leaves the centre and right to evaluate the economic principle of what has been called ubiquitously as “compromise” among the party enablers.”
“Researchers say the general public is 'ubiquitously' exposed to bisphenol A (BPA) - a man-made chemical linked to breast cancer, fertility problems and birth defects.”
“While currency experts are working on interchangeable currency platforms on an international scale, alternative currencies function as complements to support the local economy, not competitors with the national currency, which is currently more ubiquitously useful.”
“Marriage Ref, despite boasting big-name guests Julianne Moore and Ricky Gervais, scored just a 1.6 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds — a 20 percent drop from last year, when the show was ubiquitously promoted during the Vancouver Winter Olympics.”
“Coachella is perhaps the most important of these events, for a few core reasons, and provides the perfect ground zero for my annual state of the union on the landscape of our increasingly social and ubiquitously connected digital world.”
“More subtle and ubiquitously available than these egregiously obvious examples are pithy, one or two word tees that convey a world of ideas about what "male" and "female" mean.”
“This is particularly true when, in the same society -- as is true in contemporary America -- people are ubiquitously exposed to the very intoxicants whose use they are taught that they are incapable of controlling.”
“Doesn't it stand to reason that the biggest culprits of marine plastic pollution are going to come from the most ubiquitously consumed plastic products -- indeed, ones that tend to blow in the wind?”
“The 1847 Walker Colt carried by Gus is as ubiquitously iconic as the the Texas Rangers!!!”
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