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- n. The state or property of being ubiquitous.
- n. The state of being everywhere at any given time.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being ubiquitous.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the state of being everywhere at once (or seeming to be everywhere at once)
Typos are far from uncommon, especially with the growing ubiquitousness of independent publishers and self-published e-books.
He was also impressed by the ubiquitousness of donkeys and cinder block houses, which were referred to as "palaces."
But its name makes it feel like an emblem of the ubiquitousness of modern weeds, which have so comprehensively penetrated our world.
I think that also pertains to social sentimentality about mothers and families and the ubiquitousness of “forgiving.”
The Commandments and the Our Father Prayer in the Bible confirm the ubiquitousness of sin and suggest that daily, everyone commits adultery or lust in their heart, and that everyone has idols before God, etc.
I think that its ubiquitousness makes story easy to dismiss at times.
That was part of the problem for Tommy Hilfiger in the late 1990s, when consumers abandoned the brand, fatigued by its ubiquitousness.
The fairly unprecedented pomp of Friday's White House farewell ceremony for Rahm Emanuel speaks to his power and ubiquitousness in insular Washington, as he prepares to run for Mayor of Chicago.
Given the ubiquitousness of the trend, it seems that way.
I don't know the answer, but it certainly is a conundrum, and it's very much a part of our life, our American life, our human life right now because of the ubiquitousness of media.