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omnipresence

noun as in presence

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It’s omnipresent, but an afterthought — until it flickers, shorts, stutters, goes out.

The dark side of tech, from biased algorithms to the threat of omnipresent surveillance and corporate control of artificial intelligence, continued to rear its head.

Many physicists expect dark matter to be as omnipresent as it is aloof.

For my anscestors, the Turkish language was omnipresent throughout that dark time, and it triggered bitter memories.

Their theory, dubbed RelMOND, adds to the equations of general relativity an omnipresent field that behaves differently in different arenas.

Despite her omnipresence, The Pinkprint makes it apparent how little we actually know about Nicki Minaj.

Perhaps part of the seeming omnipresence of rape jokes had to do with the influx of female-centric comedies now on television.

His omnipresence on social media has boosted his popularity with the Justin Bieber crowd.

Meade serves on just about every nonprofit board in Boston, an omnipresence Gov. Patrick admires.

But hapless flight: the Boodah is an octopus whose feelers reach far, and they, within her toils, cannot escape her omnipresence.

What more can we wish to be sure of than Omnipotence and Omnipresence.

This would be to assign him a degree of omnipresence wholly incompatible with his nature and the economy of providence.

Behold his omnipresence in the case of Lazarus, whom he declared to be dead although none brought the tidings.

I took His omnipresence for granted, but she kept breaking into my talk at every turn.

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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to omnipresence, such as: existence, being, companionship, company, habitation, and latency.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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