OMNIPRESENT: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for OMNIPRESENT?

Need another word that means the same as “omnipresent”? Find 10 synonyms and 30 related words for “omnipresent” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Omnipresent” are: ubiquitous, present everywhere, general, universal, worldwide, global, infinite, boundless, pervasive, permeating

Omnipresent as an Adjective

Definitions of "Omnipresent" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “omnipresent” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Being present everywhere at once.
  • Widely or constantly encountered; widespread.
  • (of God) present everywhere at the same time.

Synonyms of "Omnipresent" as an adjective (10 Words)

boundlessSeemingly boundless in amount number degree or especially extent.
Enthusiasts who devote boundless energy to their hobby.
generalPrevailing among and common to the general public.
Bearing a general resemblance to the original.
globalRelating to or encompassing the whole of something, or of a group of things.
Global monetary policy.
infiniteVery great in amount or degree.
He bathed the wound with infinite care.
permeatingSpreading or spread throughout.
pervasive(especially of an unwelcome influence or physical effect) spreading widely throughout an area or a group of people.
Ageism is pervasive and entrenched in our society.
present everywhereBeing or existing in a specified place.
ubiquitousPresent, appearing, or found everywhere.
His ubiquitous influence was felt by all the family.
universalRelating to or done by all people or things in the world or in a particular group; applicable to all cases.
The play opened to universal acclaim.
worldwideOf worldwide scope or applicability.
A worldwide epidemic.

Usage Examples of "Omnipresent" as an adjective

  • The omnipresent threat of natural disasters.

Associations of "Omnipresent" (30 Words)

acceptationA particular sense or the generally recognized meaning common acceptation of a word or phrase.
commonHaving no special distinction or quality widely known or commonly encountered average or ordinary or usual.
The common housefly.
commonplaceA notable passage in a work copied into a commonplace book.
Commonplace everyday activities.
comparativelyTo a moderate degree as compared to something else; relatively.
Inflation was comparatively low.
currentIn common or general use.
The raft floated downstream on the current.
currentlyAt the present time.
Currently they live in Connecticut.
distributiveA distributive word.
Transport and distributive industries.
epoch(astronomy) an arbitrarily fixed date that is the point in time relative to which information (as coordinates of a celestial body) is recorded.
The Pliocene epoch.
everywhereAll places or directions.
You find fast food stores everywhere.
fashionablePopular and considered appealing or fashionable at the time.
They risked being scoffed at by their more fashionable friends.
imbueFill soak or imbue totally.
His works are invariably imbued with a sense of calm and serenity.
immanentOf a mental act performed entirely within the mind.
A cognition is an immanent act of mind.
invasiveTending to spread very quickly and undesirably or harmfully.
The sound of the piano was invasive.
normalConforming with or constituting a norm or standard or level or type or social norm not abnormal.
Normal working hours.
nowadaysIn these times.
It is solely by their language that the upper classes nowadays are distinguished.
permeatePass through.
His personality has begun to permeate through the whole organization.
pervade(especially of a smell) spread through and be perceived in every part of.
A smell of stale cabbage pervaded the air.
pervasiveSpreading or spread throughout.
An error is pervasive if it is material to more than one conclusion.
presentFormally present a debutante a representative of a country etc.
She did not expect to find herself in her present situation.
prevalentWidespread in a particular area or at a particular time.
The social ills prevalent in society today.
realizedSuccessfully completed or brought to an end.
The joy of a realized ambition overcame him.
todayOn this day as distinct from yesterday or tomorrow.
Today we have computers.
typicalShowing the characteristics expected of or popularly associated with a particular person or thing.
The typical car owner drives 10 000 miles a year.
ubiquitousPresent, appearing, or found everywhere.
Cowboy hats are ubiquitous among the male singers.
ubiquityThe state of being everywhere at once (or seeming to be everywhere at once.
The growing ubiquity of advertising.
unimpressiveNot capable of impressing.
He was a man of unimpressive appearance.
up-to-dateThe present.
whereaboutsThe general location where something is.
Whereabouts do you come from.
widespreadFound or distributed over a large area or number of people.
Drug use is widespread.

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