:existing or being everywhere at the same time : constantly encountered : widespread
Ubiquitous is hardly ubiquitous. You don't find the word running around on fashion designer logos or at your local McDonalds. Ubiquitous keeps to itself and is only rarely dropped in conversation to impress people. Well, I'm unimpressed ubiquitous. You're a waste of syllables (for you Global Warmers out there - ubiquitous leaves a huge syllabic footprint, not unlike the methane footprint left behind by goats).
Then we have another word to show people how smart you are, embarrassing them, and more often than not making you look like a total jerk. Here it is:
Pronunciation: \ˌe-sə-ˈter-ik, -ˈte-rik\
Etymology: Late Latin esotericus, from Greek esōterikos, from esōterō, comparative of eisō, esō within, from eis into; akin to Greek en in — more at in
Date: circa 1660
1 a: designed for or understood by the specially initiated alone b: requiring or exhibiting knowledge that is restricted to a small group
2 a: limited to a small circle
3: of special, rare, or unusual interest
Oh English. You are so silly. Stay silly.