It’s here, there, and everywhere! Ubiquity is the state of being everywhere all the time. Like a pop song that plays every place you go, or the ubiquity of mosquitoes in the summer or pollen in the spring. There’s no escape!

A god is a great example of ubiquity: an all-knowing deity that exists in every nook and cranny. The Latin root word ubique means “everywhere,” and something with ubiquity is indeed everywhere, impossible to avoid. Sometimes ubiquity is a mind trick, like learning that a group of crows is called a "murder," and then noticing crows everywhere you go, all day long. Wherever you go, you're reminded of the ubiquity of crows.

Definitions of ubiquity
  1. noun
    the state of being everywhere at once (or seeming to be everywhere at once)
    synonyms: omnipresence, ubiquitousness
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    type of:
    the state of being present; current existence
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