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Existing or occurring everywhere:‘the all-present Spirit’
present everywhere, ubiquitous, general, universal, worldwide, global, all-pervasive, all-present, infinite, boundlessView synonyms
- ‘How the horror of these times has influenced us, that we accept with indifference the all-present terror which we would have never been able to imagine!’
- ‘Could there be a more cogent statement of the all-present, all-powerful nature of God?’
- ‘David understood that God is all-present, and he could never escape the divine presence.’
- ‘The influence of television can be used as an all-present and near imperceptible tool to jeopardize a government’s official and well-established political narrative.’
- ‘An all-present publicity attends our steps.’
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