Main Entry: ubiq·ui·ty
Etymology: Latin ubique everywhere, from ubi where + -que, enclitic generalizing particle; akin to Latin quis who and to Latin -que and
presence everywhere or in many places especially simultaneously
I heard someone say that today in an interview – that they wanted to reach ultimate ubiquity. Ubiquity means everywhere, and I guess ultimate ubiquity means really everywhere – as if you could possibly be more than everywhere – like really everywhere.
It’s superfluous adjective usage. It’s like really, really, really everywhere – not just everywhere.