omnipresence omnipresence  /ˌɑm nə ˈprɛ zəns/


  • (n) the state of being everywhere at once (or seeming to be everywhere at once)



  1. But Eno, art-rocker turned producer turned ambient-music pioneer and all-round creative omnipresence in contemporary culture, is fibbing.
  2. Joanna Langfield, whose radio feature The Movie Minute is carried on 75 stations, is not far behind her in fervor and omnipresence.
  3. The omnipresence of worshipful stories about celebrities in every form of media.


  • The new Redbox app for Windows 8 isn't perfect, but it sure is handy

    You can’t shop anywhere without running into a legion of Redboxes. Now it looks like the cardinal-colored entertainment kiosks are keen to transfer their physical omnipresence over to the digital world. After shoring up its presence on iOS, Windows Phone, and Android (including the forked Kindle Fire tablet), an official Redbox app has just touched down in the Windows Store. Redbox lovers will ...
    on July 24, 2013     Source: PC World


  1. "They swim like dolphins. We can put them into storms and places not safe for human beings," said Glenn. "If you lose one, then all you are losing is electronics." "The vision is of omnipresence, of being able to be all over the ocean...
    on Dec 3, 2009 By: Glenn Source:

  2. "Unquestionably, the city of Glasgow itself is Taggart's other star," says Paul Sheehan, commercial director of Scottish broadcaster STV, which produces the show. "Glasgow's omnipresence is both obvious and apparently welcomed by viewers the...
    on Sep 25, 2009 By: Paul Sheehan Source: The Australian

  3. "Omnipresence isn't always good," agrees the wan-faced Brundtland acknowledging Röyksopp tune usage in everything from "sex tapes for women" to Apple computer software, "but I think what Hornby wrote is to do with that 'ownership'...
    on Mar 12, 2009 By: Torbjørn Brundtland Source: Independent

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