Ubiquity in a sentence
Definition of Ubiquity (uncountable) The state or quality of being, or appearing to be, everywhere at once; actual or perceived omnipresence. | (countable, sciences) Anything that is ubiquitous within a specified area.
Short Example Sentence for Ubiquity
- 1. The Chinese believe in the potency and the ubiquity of evil spirits.
- 2. The Alleged Ubiquity of the Knowledge Relation," pp.
How to use Ubiquity in a Sentence?
- 1. Strange is the ubiquity of the crows; one sees them in middle India, China, and Japan.
- 2. But we can get along, it is said, without such a manufacturing system and such an ubiquity of trade.
- 3. But the ubiquity of his criticism through the ten volumes was, in the circumstances of their editing, simply unavoidable.
- 4. They have lately found a way of giving a sort of ubiquity to the supreme sovereign authority, which no monarch has been able yet to give to any representation of his.