Example sentences for: pervasive

How can you use “pervasive” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The Journal says that ill feeling towards the president among pols is "pervasive."

  • The winner's curse may be pervasive in auctions for Beanie Babies and Faye Dunaway's eye mask, but that is in large part because those items have such little inherent value, and they can lose their public appeal overnight.

  • If the effects documented for retail-apparel-textile channels are more pervasive across other sectors similarly affected by channel integration, these changes could imply lower GDP volatility.

  • As for Hoyle and the rest of the skeptics, they were finally won over in 1965, when two scientists at Bell Labs in New Jersey accidentally detected a pervasive microwave hiss that turned out to be the echo of the big bang (at first they thought it was caused by pigeon droppings on their antenna).

  • It was the pervasive Anglo-Saxon who really set the foundation for the dialect spoken by the modern descendants of Wigtown Man.

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