Word of the Week: Ubiquitous

Pronounced you-bick-wit-ous, this is an adjective used to describe something or someone that appears to be everywhere.

For example:

Benedict Cumberbatch is ubiquitous at the moment.

The noun form is ubiquity.

See if you can find a use for it in your English lessons!

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