om|ni|pres|ent

om|ni|pres|ent
om|ni|pres|ent «OM nuh PREHZ uhnt», adjective.
1. present everywhere at the same time: ubiquitous: »

the omnipresent God (William Godwin).

2. found everywhere: »

the omnipresent Times newspaper (Alexander W. Kinglake).

[< Medieval Latin omnipraesēns, -praesentis < Latin omnis all + praesēns present, adjective]

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