Definition of ubiquity
: presence everywhere or in many places especially simultaneously : omnipresence
Recent Examples of ubiquity from the Web
Anyone who has thumbed a local climbing guidebook has seen the name Fred Beckey, who earned his ubiquity by being the first to climb dozens, if not hundreds of peaks in the Northwest.
The ubiquity of the phenomenon has frequently been masked by annual measures of income and spending or one-time snapshots of savings and debt that fail to capture fluctuations week to week or month to month.
What's fueling Esports' campus popularity is the ubiquity of video games.
Perhaps Microsoft will get a boost from Mixer’s ubiquity in the Windows 10/Xbox ecosystem though.
The ubiquity of tech forecast in Johnny Mnemonic had come largely to pass (though in a less gross way) and the ability to actually live inside the Internet was a real thing thanks to globe-spanning role-playing games.
Given Facebook’s ubiquity and most people’s reliance on a single e-mail address, the harvest could be quite rich.
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