omnipresent

[ om-nuh-prez-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF omnipresent

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Omnipresent; He is present everywhere at the same time and all the time.

This consideration is active and omnipresent in Trade generally.

So does television, omnipresent and, at times, seemingly omnipotent.

He is here, there, and everywhere; he is omnipresent—this curse of Finland.

He appeared to be omnipresent, and his self-importance was a sight Phil had never dreamed.

A ruler should be indeed a mortal (we speak it humbly) omnipresent!

It's not solid enough to beat, too indefinite to kill, and too omnipresent to escape.

It was, so to speak, omnipresent in all the details of the group life.

The publican's own name never appeared, but these names were omnipresent.

This is the one omnipresent principle by which their movements are governed.

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