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
Demonstrating the reach of the blood sausage, the soondae (or sundae) is omnipresent in South Korea.
Even on the most benign summer days, its power was omnipresent.
First lady Melania Trump was omnipresent, though largely silent and emotionless.
The strangest thing about covering a rock star death is that a funeral marks the day where a seemingly omnipresent demigod, someone who appears to defy the limitations of existence by being truly extraordinary, is rendered ultimately human.
After a global atomic war, an omnipresent government, headed by the party leader Big Brother, persecutes individualism and uses public mind control to sustain their totalitarian rule.
The games blared from car radios in traffic, TV sets in shops and computers in offices, their sounds omnipresent.
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The Catholic theme is omnipresent, but again the author subverts it.
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OMNIPRESENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of omnipresent for English Language Learners
: present in all places at all times
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