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[mass noun] The condition of being in a definite place.
- ‘Considering the ubiety of the bridges and the surroundings, this paper focused on the water recognition based on feature extraction.’
- ‘The current view does not accept either ubiety or velocity as permanent objective realities.’
- ‘My ubiety involves being at 40.748 latitude and -74.050 longitude.’
- ‘The ubiety between runoff and deposit is the primary factor that brings on the particularity of hydrogeology characteristics about mines along river.’
- ‘The object has a certain objectivity about it (a certain whereness, though we do not wish to restrict this ubiety to the prison house of the page).’
Late 17th century: from medieval Latin ubietas, from Latin ubi where.
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