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LampPro Tip 1/3
Overused PhrasePlay
Be cautious not to overuse 'ubiquitous'. It's powerful when describing something truly widespread, but loses impact if used too much. SlideCalling coffee ubiquitous is fair, but calling my favorite book ubiquitous exaggerates its popularity.
LampPro Tip 2/3
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'Ubiquitous' is often used for modern technology or trends that have become extremely common in our daily lives. SlideWith the internet, access to information has become ubiquitous.
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The word 'ubiquitous' implies that something is everywhere during a specific period, not necessarily permanently. SlideDuring the holiday season, festive decorations are ubiquitous in the city.