Definition of omnipresent
: present in all places at all times the museum's omnipresent security apparatus big-city crime dramas, with omnipresent gloom and seedy, nocturnal settings — R. F. Moss
Examples of omnipresent in a Sentence
The problem is omnipresent and unavoidable.
seeking some much-needed relief from the omnipresent noise of the big city
Recent Examples of omnipresent from the Web
Last week, the omnipresent president found his way into the federal appeal of one of the most controversial murder convictions in Warren County history.
Everywhere else, disaster waits for a wheel placed in the grass, mere inches off the ideal line, or in an overcooked corner with those omnipresent hay bales looming.
The case applies to artists like Carly, Charli and Lorde, all of whom were able to bank omnipresent and (more or less) universally adored pop smashes that ensure that anyone who would be a fan of theirs is already well aware of their existence.
From booming jobs to gentrification, from omnipresent cranes to housing shortages, there’s any number of ways to measure how Amazon’s presence has reshaped Seattle.
Cameras and recording devices are omnipresent, and as plot lines are sometimes predetermined, pressure from producers can manipulate a genuine interaction into a performance.
As in the past, officers from the Chicago Police Department will be omnipresent along the parade route, which will begin at the corner of Montrose Avenue and Broadway in Uptown.
The story employs a contrasting palette of melancholic grey-blue and irritable pale orange—a faint but omnipresent color clash that mimics the hidden tensions of the couple’s marriage.
Her descriptions of violence are both specific—down to the scent of the beer on the breath of her rapists—and omnipresent.
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First Known Use of omnipresent
OMNIPRESENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of omnipresent for English Language Learners
: present in all places at all times
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