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pervasive
used in The Sound and the Fury

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Definition
existing throughout something; or generally widespread
  • a pervading reek of camphor.
    4 — April 8, 1928 (61% in)
pervading = spreading

(editor's note:  Reek means bad smell and camphor is a chemical that is often used to keep moths from destroying clothes.)
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