Ubiquitous in a Sentence, Sentences of Ubiquitous in English
1.The camera is ubiquitous.
2.Those boobs of yours are ubiquitous – like God!
3.Good intentions are ubiquitous in politics; what is scarce is accurate beliefs.
4.The ‘will to power and independence’ has become so ubiquitous that it is now considered normal.
5.She took a moment to lament her lack of parasol. Every time she left the house, she felt keenly the absence of her heretofore ubiquitous accessory.
6.I never believed in all my born days that ideas of truth and justice were only pretty words to brighten a much darker and more ubiquitous reality.
7.I’d like to know more about this undercover agent who posed as my daughter’s date. The ubiquitous Tall, Dark, and Smoldering.’