all-pervading

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Related to all-pervasive: pervasive developmental disorder

all-pervading

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all-pervasive

adj
spreading through or into everything
Translations

all-pervading

[ˌɔːlpəˈveɪdɪŋ] all-pervasive [ˌɔːlpəˈveɪsɪv] ADJomnipresente
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Shut the dungeon as if he were alive -- that is all." Then the steps retreated, and the voices died away in the distance; the noise of the door, with its creaking hinges and bolts ceased, and a silence more sombre than that of solitude ensued, -- the silence of death, which was all-pervasive, and struck its icy chill to the very soul of Dantes.
It's easy to forget that, before Jade and her reality TV ilk became all-pervasive, things were very different.
The problem is compounded by the laxity of our laws, alleged police apathy and the all-pervasive corruption.
"There is an all-pervasive atmosphere of fear and strife across the country.
The Prime Minister has done well by ordering that at least 15 cities of Punjab should be declared as economic hubs, which obviously means creation of commercial and economic opportunities for people who are groaning under all-pervasive price-hike and growing unemployment.
"We are now so numerous, so powerful, so all-pervasive...that we can actually exterminate whole ecosystems without even noticing it," said Attenborough, who was born weeks apart from William's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
But the floodgates of financial information opened up by the Panama Papers have proved a turning point in our case, resulting in a lifelong apex court ban on three-time PM Nawaz Sharif, pinpointing the all-pervasive culture of corruption, and starting a wave of accountability of once mighty untouchables, now familiar figures in the dock and in the unforgiving media glare.
Sexual harassment and assault is as all-pervasive in every Indian industry as it is in every industry around the world.
There is an all-pervasive sense of despondency among the overworked and undervalued clergy who are left; an attitude of contempt towards the 'poor bl**dy infantry' in local churches; and a lack of accountability by those at the top towards those who have been funding this decline via the collection plate.
I must state, categorically here, that I am taking, as given, the willingness and the ever-readiness of the Nigerian working class to play, at all times, their inherent all-embracing and all-pervasive role in the affairs of man and of Nigeria.
The immensity of visuals is all-pervasive. They now occupy a good chunk of space in media.
The Bill desperately requires mechanisms to check its parameters ie unauthorised access, data protection, transmission or interference with critical infrastructure, however the government has not yet designated any infrastructure, information system or asset/facility that can monitor this all-pervasive regulation.