Today's Word "omnipresent"

Present in all places at the same time on

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omnipresent \om-nuh-PREZ-uhnt\ (adjective) - Present in all places at the same time; ubiquitous.

"He cannot doubt concerning God hearing him, because God is Omnipresent. He cannot doubt, because he realizes God is Love." -- Elizabeth Delv King, 'The Lotus Path'


Omnipresent is from Medieval Latin omnipresens, from Latin omni-, "all" + praesens, present participle of praeesse, "to be before, to be present," from prae-, "before" + esse, "to be."




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