omnipresent omnipresent  /ˌɑm nɪ ˈprɛ zənt/


  • (adj) being present everywhere at once


  1. Purple and yellow are splashed all over Yahoo!'s headquarters, and the company's omnipresent coloring reflects an infectious team spirit.
  2. Boies' celebrated Lands' End suit remains neatly buttoned; he wears his omnipresent black running shoes, one crossed over the other.
  3. Because television was omnipresent at the Games, the entire world was witness to that awful event.



  1. "They were omnipresent," said Franklin & Marshall College political scientist Terry Madonna. "This was one compelling, dramatic year in Pennsylvania politics."
    on Dec 28, 2008 By: Benjamin Franklin Source: York Daily Record

  2. "Electrons are omnipresent in vital microscopic processes just as in technology. Their ultrafast motion governs the course of all biological and chemical processes, as well as the speed of the microprocessors constituting the core of computers",...
    on Jun 20, 2008 By: Ferenc Krausz Source:

  3. "If God is omnipresent," Chambers said in that August hearing, "then he is here in Douglas County and in this courtroom."
    on Oct 15, 2008 By: Ernie Chambers Source: Omaha World-Herald (registration)

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