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Adjective ubiquarian (comparative more ubiquarian, superlative most ubiquarian) (archaic) Ubiquitous. 1785, William Cowper, The Task, a Poem Have ye, ye sage intendants of the whole, An ubiquarian presence and controul, Elisha's eye, that when Gehazi stray'd Went with him, and saw all the game he play'd? Alternative form of ubiquitarian.
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