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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

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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.
I tried to get her to tell me more; but her terror was so real when she spoke of the Wieroo and the land of Oo-oh where they dwell that I at last desisted, though I did learn that the Wieroo carried off only female babes and occasionally women of the Galus who had "come up from the beginning." 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. This led me to assume that the Galus had a religious sense, and further questioning brought out the fact that such was the case.
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.
THE lords of life, the lords of life,-- I saw them pass, In their own guise, Like and unlike, Portly and grim, Use and Surprise, Surface and Dream, Succession swift, and spectral Wrong, Temperament without a tongue, And the inventor of the game Omnipresent without name;-- Some to see, some to be guessed, They marched from east to west: Little man, least of all, Among the legs of his guardians tall, Walked about with puzzled look:-- Him by the hand dear Nature took; Dearest Nature, strong and kind, Whispered, 'Darling, never mind!
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.
Shocker … it's that omnipresent auto insurance brand known for "Hump Day," the Cavemen, a gecko and other well-known brand traits.
Summary: Washington DC, [USA] Sep 18 (ANI): Bulgaria officially chooses 'Omnipresent' to be submitted at the 91st Oscars under the 'foreign language film' category.
Netflix India has also backed her by releasing a spoof video Omnipresent online, and captioned it: "Whatever the role, Radhika apt hai."
The Sarajevo Open Center points out that it is necessary to strengthen alliances in order to fight together against omnipresent violence and inequality.
Britain In Bloom BBC Two, 6.30pm The omnipresent Chris Bavin (he turns up later this evening as a judge in Britain's Best Home Cook over on BBC One) journeys to deepest Oxfordshire, where a group of grandparents are taking on big businesses in Goring-on-Thames in the hope of winning a Gold award.