Adjective(1) spreading or spread throughout
(1) One of the things that concerns me about the tone of the site is the kind of pervasive pessimism it contains.(2) Nevertheless, their influence is pervasive within the history of science.(3) In this way they are constant and pervasive , endemic to the human condition.(4) This phenomenon is not just limited to a few companies, but is widespread and pervasive .(5) In contrast, peace is a fundamental aspect of the faith and is a very pervasive element in Islam.(6) It has become so pervasive that it influences how people write for the Web.(7) Crime is now more organised, more professional, more ruthless and more pervasive .(8) Knowledge networks have become pervasive because they can be simple to implement.(9) Modern day society is replete with situations that make chronic stress highly pervasive .(10) Kinship is one of the more important, pervasive and complex systems of culture.(11) Are they preparing for class or are they simply unknowing subscribers of this pervasive myth?(12) But it's the pervasive humour that wins through, thanks to a nicely crafted script.(13) It is crucial for governments and corporations to face the fact that this feeling is quite pervasive .(14) They include globalisation, the spread of the Internet and the pervasive power of money.(15) Yet at the end of this period, as at the beginning, the influence of lordship in society was pervasive .(16) The answer depends on how broad and pervasive you like your conspiracies to be.
1. prevalent ::
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