Wondrous Words #408

WWWEvery week I join Kathy at Bermuda Onion’s Weblog to post about new words we’ve discovered. It’s called Wondrous Words Wednesday.


In a New York Times book review of Deborah Yaffe’s Among The Janettes I found:

ubiquitous: “What she’s really interested in is how the Jane Austen whose books were first published simply as “by a Lady” became the ubiquitous cultural presence she is today.”

Ubiquitous is an adjective meaning present, appearing, or found everywhere.


That’s all for me this week. Don’t forget to visit Kathy for more Wondrous Words Wednesday.

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2 Responses to Wondrous Words #408

  1. Mary Ann Langan says:

    Thanks! For the new word.

  2. I know I’ve heard that word before but couldn’t define it. I’m going to try to use it soon so I can remember its meaning.

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