ubiquarian (comparative more ubiquarian, superlative most ubiquarian)
- (archaic) Ubiquitous.
- 1785, William Cowper, The Task, a Poem
- Have ye, ye sage intendants of the whole,
- An ubiquarian presence and controul,
- Elisha's eye, that when Gehazi stray'd
- Went with him, and saw all the game he play'd?
- Alternative form of ubiquitarian.