Meaning of ubiquitousness in English:


Pronunciation /juːˈbɪkwɪtəsnəs/


See ubiquitous

‘The typefaces which Mr Hong mentions, Zuzana Licko's Filosofia and Mrs Eaves, carry with them only a few years of history, but their ubiquitousness has perhaps resulted in their being branded as ‘trendy’.’
  • ‘Rather than ascribing desired ubiquitousness to relief from illness, they ascribe it to a process of ‘stimulus generalization.’’
  • ‘The first is that like so many conservatives, he is able to deflect criticism as alleged liberal media bias - an accusation that is belied by his very ubiquitousness in that media.’
  • ‘God remains invisible and inscrutable; but to be blind to His ubiquitousness and omnipotence, as Hashem learns, is the greatest of sins.’
  • ‘Gestures of grief, in their ubiquitousness, soon become overwhelming.’