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ubiquitous
used in The Sound and the Fury

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being present everywhere or all the time
  • From then on until he had you completely subjugated he was always in or out of your room, ubiquitous and garrulous, though his manner gradually moved northward as his raiment improved, until at last when he had bled youuntil you began to learn better he was calling you Quentin or whatever, and when you saw him next he'd be wearinga cast-off Brooks suitand a hat witha Princeton club I forget which band that someone had given him and which he was pleasantly and unshakably convinced was a...
    2 — June 2, 1910 (22% in)

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