all–pervasive

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adjective all–per·va·sive \ˈȯl-pər-ˈvā-siv, -ziv\

Definition of all–pervasive

  1. :  spread throughout and affecting all parts of something <Still, he believes fear of lawsuits is all-pervasive in medicine and drives up health care costs. — Ridgely Ochs>

all–pervasiveness

noun

1808

First Known Use of all–pervasive

1808


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