Confusing words: ubiquitous

 ubiq·ui·tous \yü-ˈbi-kwə-təs\

existing or being everywhere at the same time : constantly

ubiq·ui·tous·ly adverb
ubiq·ui·tous·ness noun

The company’s advertisements are ubiquitous.

  • <by that time cell phones had become ubiquitous, and people had long ceased to be impressed by the sight of one>
  • Hot dogs are the ideal road trip food—inexpensive, portable, ubiquitous. —Paul Lucas, Saveur, June/July 2008
First Known Use: 1830

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