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Manifested throughout; pervading, permeating, penetrating or affecting everything.
From Latin pervāsus, from pervādō (“spread through, pervade"), from per (“through") + vādō (“go, walk").
From Latin pervāsus past participle of pervādere to pervade pervade
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
As I was saying digital practice is so pervasive.
They are extremely aware of the pervasive pain and sadness.
Worst of all, this attitude is all too pervasive at the individual level.
The term pervasive developmental disorders was first used in the 1980s to describe a class of neurological disorders that involved impaired social and communication skills and repetitive behaviors.
Autopsy studies of individuals with pervasive developmental disorders have shown that brain cell structure is different, particularly in the brain stem area.
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