Webster 1913 Edition
ubiwhere, perhaps for
alicubianywhere), and if so akin to E.
who: cf. F.
Existence everywhere, or in all places, at the same time; omnipresence;
ubiquityof God is not disputed by those who admit his existence
The arms of Rome . . . were impeded by . . . the wide spaces to be traversed and the
ubiquityof the enemy.
The doctrine, as formulated by Luther, that Christ’s glorified body is omnipresent.
Webster 1828 Edition