Part of speech:
(Eccles.) Of or belonging to a religious order whose members are bound by vows, specif. solemn vows
Of or relating to the sky or physical universe as understood in astronomy:
A member of the species Homo sapiens; a human being.
Devoted to or concerned with the affairs, pleasures, etc. of this world
Present in all places at the same time
Of the earth; terrestrial
Of the four small, rocky inner planets of the solar system, specif. Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars
Situated beneath the moon; terrestrial
Not limited in scope, area, or application:
The definition of entire is whole, unbroken and complete.
Applying to or including everything:
Holding or held by custom; as, customary tenants; customary service or estate.
Such as is in common or ordinary use; such as is most often seen, heard, used, etc.; common; ordinary; customary
(--- Archaic) Healed
Of or relating to the cultivation of vast areas of land with a minimum of labor or expense.
Dealing with all or many of the relevant details; including much; inclusive
Constituting the (or a) whole; entire; whole
Without qualification or exception; absolute:
Having no limit or limits; unrestricted:
Having no end; going on forever; infinite
Very great in scope or import:
The definition of widespread is something well-known or given out over a large area or to a large group of people.
Alternative capitalization of catholic.
Of worldwide scope or applicability; universal.
Generic means something doesn’t have any distinct qualities.
Not disputed or doubted:
Widely encountered, used, or recognized:
Of or for a particular part or specific area of the body; not general
Kept within certain limits; limited:
Designed for a specific purpose or use:
Confined or restricted within certain limits:
Of only one person, thing, group, country, etc.; distinctive; exclusive
Being without boundaries or limits; unlimited:
The definition of broad refers to something that is wide from side to side, or to something that covers a lot of area.
A theoretical or experimental quantity, condition, or factor that does not vary in specified circumstances. Avogadro's number and Planck's constant are examples of constants.
Common to or representative of all or many parts of the world; not national or local
Embracing many subjects; comprehensive:
Of, relating to, or including the whole earth; worldwide
(Medicine) Epidemic over a wide geographic area and affecting a large proportion of the population:
(Mathematics) Of or relating to a real or complex number that is not the root of any polynomial that has positive degree and rational coefficients.
Present, or seeming to be present, everywhere at the same time; omnipresent
Spanning the world.
The condition or quality of being catholic; breadth or inclusiveness.
The definition of cosmos is the universe thought as a peaceful and calm system, or any peaceful and calm system.
The vault or expanse of the heavens; the sky.
Logos is defined as the source that controls the universe, the written word or inspiration of God, or a logic and rational argument.
A system reflecting on a large scale one of its component systems or parts.
Universal inclusiveness in scope or range, especially great or unbounded versatility of the mind.
The sum of everything that exists in the cosmos, including time and space itself; same as the Universe.
Not free to move
Of or affecting the entire world; global:
A leading or primary principle, rule, law, or article, which serves as the groundwork of a system; essential part, as, the fundamentals of linear algebra.
A fundamental truth, law, doctrine, or motivating force, upon which others are based
An expression of relations in an equation or formula
Explicitly set forth; definite:
A group of persons living under a religious rule:
(logic) a proposition that asserts something of all members of a class
(linguistics) a grammatical rule (or other linguistic feature) that is found in all languages
- Generic implies applicability to every member of a class or, specif. in biology, of a genus a generic characteristic of Homo sapiens, aspirin has become a generic term for acetylsalicylic acid
- General implies applicability to all, nearly all, or most of a group or class a general election
- Universal implies applicability to every case or individual, without exception, in the class, category, etc. concerned a universal practice among primitive peoples
Find another word for universal. In this page you can discover 85 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for universal, like: regular, macrocosmic, celestial, human, worldly, prevalent, unrestricted, omnipresent, particular, cosmic and stellar.