Antonyms of UBIQUITOUS

Examples of usage:

  1. They crossed the ancient shore line of the lake, the Ridge, so- called,- successive highway of the Iroquois, the pioneer, the stage- coach, and the ubiquitous trolley,- and caught presently the distant shimmer of Ontario, sail- dotted, intensely blue. "The Henchman" by Mark Lee Luther
  2. The ubiquitous palms, here as elsewhere in the Pacific, are vital sources of food, drink, building, and weaving materials and cordage. "A Racial Study of the Fijians" by Norman E. Gabel
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