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Webster 1913 Edition


Ubiquitary

U-biq′ui-ta-ry

(ū̍-bĭk′wĭ-tā̍-ry̆)
,
Adj.
[L.
ubique
everywhere. See
Ubiquitarian
.]
Ubiquitous.
Howell.

U-biq′ui-ta-ry

,
Noun.
;
pl.
Ubiquitaries
.
1.
One who exists everywhere.
B. Jonson.
2.
(Eccl. Hist.)
A ubiquist.
Bp. Hall.

Webster 1828 Edition


Ubiquitary

UBIQ'UITARY

,
Adj.
[L. ubique, from ubi. where.]
Existing every where, or in all places.

UBIQ'UITARY

,
Noun.
[supra.] One that exists every where.

Definition 2021


ubiquitary

ubiquitary

English

Adjective

ubiquitary (comparative more ubiquitary, superlative most ubiquitary)

  1. (archaic) ubiquitous
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Noun

ubiquitary (plural ubiquitaries)

  1. One who exists everywhere.
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  2. (historical, religion) A ubiquitarian.
    • Bishop Joseph Hall
      To conclude, either Aquinas is false, or the papists ubiquitaries.