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A person, typically a Lutheran, who believes that Christ is present everywhere at all times.
- ‘The adherents of this doctrine were called Ubiquists, or Ubiquitarians.’
- ‘People call this very warlike tribe the Ubiquitarians, who think it a disgrace to expire in bed, but right splendid to die in arms.’
- ‘Ubiquitarians maintain the highest standards of personal and collective achievement.’
Relating to or believing in the doctrine that Christ is present everywhere at all times.
Mid 17th century: from modern Latin ubiquitarius (from Latin ubique ‘everywhere’) + -an.
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