omnipresent

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omni- +‎ present

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omnipresent (not comparable)

  1. Being everywhere simultaneously
    • 2020 June 17, David Clough, “Then and now: trains through Crewe”, in Rail, page 60:
      Another most notable change concerns rolling stock liveries. Back then, corporate Rail Blue was omnipresent, whereas now there is a kaleidoscope of colours and styles.

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Adjective[edit]

omnipresent (masculine and feminine plural omnipresents)

  1. omnipresent

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