universally[ yoo-nuh-vur-suh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF universally
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They were, therefore, not only universally prevalent, but were reckoned as virtues.
Note: This universally known fable is traditionally narrated.
He was twenty years of age, and universally popular because of his beauty and talent.
The executive started at mention of that universally known number.
But it is universally acknowledged that he slew them all fairly.
There is a method which is universally followed, and has been for ages.
Women have voted as universally and as conscientiously as men.
The tree is universally accepted as an emblem of life-energy.
This way of reasoning was universally considered irrefutable.
The introduction of machinery has universally caused the workers to revolt.