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om·ni·pres·ent

 (ŏm′nĭ-prĕz′ənt)
adj.
Present everywhere simultaneously.

[Medieval Latin omnipresēns, omnipresent- : Latin omni-, omni- + Latin praesēns, present participle of praeesse, to be present; see present1.]

om′ni·pres′ence n.

omnipresent

(ˌɒmnɪˈprɛzənt)
adj
(esp of a deity) present in all places at the same time
ˌomniˈpresence n

om•ni•pres•ent

(ˌɒm nəˈprɛz ənt)

adj.
present everywhere at the same time.
[1600–10]
om`ni•pres′ence, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.omnipresent - being present everywhere at once
present - being or existing in a specified place; "the murderer is present in this room"; "present at the wedding"; "present at the creation"

omnipresent

adjective ubiquitous, ever-present, pervasive Madonna's omnipresent bodyguards

omnipresent

adjective
Ever present in all places:
Translations
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omnipresent

[ˈɒmnɪˈprezənt] ADJomnipresente

omnipresent

omnipresent

[ˌɒmnɪˈprɛznt] adj (frm) → onnipresente
References in classic literature ?
Nevertheless I am far from regarding myself as one of those privileged ones to whom the Ved refers when it says, that "he who has true faith in the Omnipresent Supreme Being may eat all that exists," that is, is not bound to inquire what is his food, or who prepares it; and even in their case it is to be observed, as a Hindoo commentator has remarked, that the Vedant limits this privilege to "the time of distress.
It was a vast busy space stretching away northward as far as he could see, methodically cut up into numbered sheds, gasometers, squad encampments, storage areas, interlaced with the omnipresent mono-rail lines, and altogether free from overhead wires or cables.
It was all very mysterious and unfathomable, but I got the idea that the Wieroo were creatures of imagination--the demons or gods of her race, omniscient and omnipresent.
His very genuine and clear-sighted indignation at social abuses expresses itself through his omnipresent irony and satire, and however serious the situations he almost always keeps the ridiculous side in sight.
He permitted the omnipresent Asiatic to make his exit, and then stepped briskly into the hall.
And this law of laws, which the pulpit, the senate and the college deny, is hourly preached in all markets and workshops by flights of proverbs, whose teaching is as true and as omnipresent as that of birds and flies.
Drawn to American "white trash" culture and cheap, glitzy clothing that looks like it came straight out of a blax-ploitation flick, Bernadette Corporation recycles and humorously combines the trends of past decades: wide-lapelled, animal-print satin shirts, tom T-shirts, lace tops, hyperminis, and the omnipresent warm-up suit.
Handling the entire graphics-intensive telecast -- from the on-air promotional inserts and film clips to the production itself -- Thomson Grass Valley digital servers, switchers, and multi-format cameras were omnipresent in and around the Kodak Theatre and on board NEP's newest all-digital HD production trucks.
Its references to ``2001: A Space Odyssey'' are more thematic (Moss' spaceship captain is named Bowman, she has lots of on-board conversations with an omnipresent, if benign, computer voice) than visual.
Indeed, breasts, penises, and body fluids are omnipresent in Blondel's elaborate assemblages, which feature hand-blown Baccarat glass phalluses and breasts, metal hardware, and found objects cum fetishes.
Eastman Kodak Company today unveiled its vision for how consumers will take and interact with digital pictures, a day in the not-so-distant future when integrated, omnipresent digital imaging systems give people the ability to capture and share their life through pictures whenever or wherever they wish.
And Martin is playing some sort of cooler-than-thou archetype, nothing that could be mistaken for human, so the danger of this actually being educational in some fashion - which is the title's omnipresent threat - is happily averted.