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omnipresent (adj.)

"everywhere present, in all places at the same time," c. 1600, from Medieval Latin omnipraesentem (nominative omnipraesens) "present everywhere," from Latin omnis "all, every" (see omni-) + praesens"present" (see present (adj.)). Related: Omnipresently.

updated on August 23, 2019

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Definitions of omnipresent from WordNet

omnipresent (adj.)
being present everywhere at once;
Synonyms: ubiquitous
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