Origin of omnipresentMedieval Latin omnipraesens from Classical Latin omnis, all + praesens, present
- When you encounter a particular style or trend everywhere you go, this is an example of something you would describe as omnipresent.
- The power of God all around you is an example of something that is omnipresent.
The definition of omnipresent is something that is present everywhere at the same time.
Present everywhere simultaneously.
Origin of omnipresentMedieval Latin omnipresēns omnipresent-Latin omni- omni- Latin praesēns present participle of praeesse to be present ; see present 1.
- The distinctive orange vermilion color, called "International Orange," was chosen to blend in with the bridge's natural surroundings and to be visible through the omnipresent fog.
- Red and green are omnipresent throughout the holiday season.
- Religion is oppressive and omnipresent, and in the oddest variation from our universe, every human being has a 'familiar' called a daemon, an animal-shaped being that is always with them and to which they are tightly bonded.
- Online identity theft is one of the most common types of this omnipresent crime, which affects about 10 million Americans a year, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
- Some station themselves on this side of the pond, some on that, for the poor bird cannot be omnipresent; if he dive here he must come up there.