Use Ubiquitous in a sentence
Meaning: [adjective] found everywhere; omnipresent ;
Shopping malls and international fast food chains are ubiquitous in the city.
Pandanus trees are fairly ubiquitous across Oceania.
Clapping sticks are probably the more ubiquitous musical instrument, especially because they help maintain rhythm.
Hydrogen is an ubiquitous element on earth.
His films were ubiquitous in Spain and Latin America and influenced many contemporary actors.
Today this technology is ubiquitous in industrialized countries.
This ubiquitous enzyme is particularly abundant in the liver.
Companies need technological solutions that are ubiquitous and without barrier.
Android has a modern user interface and is becoming ubiquitous.
Environmental toxins are ubiquitous – everywhere around us.
Almost all its products contain the ubiquitous tropical vegetable oil.
Salt was ubiquitous and indispensable in medieval cooking.
Luxury fakes, T-shirts, jeans, crafts made of ceramics and pewter are ubiquitous at designated sections of this night market.