Pervasive in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Pervasive

capable of affecting or influencing everything

Examples of Pervasive in a sentence

The media’s pervasive coverage of the epidemic has most of the country living in fear. 🔊

In many cities, police corruption is a pervasive issue that touches all communities.  🔊

Voters are concerned about the pervasive rate of unemployment that is harming both the rich and the poor. 🔊

Because Jack’s mother knows injuries are pervasive in boxing, she is urging him to pursue another sport.  🔊

The movie’s pervasive sex and violence caused the critics to give it an R rating.  🔊

Despite all the media campaigns focusing on bullying, the practice is still pervasive in schools.  🔊

The burned chicken smell was pervasive and floated throughout the entire house.  🔊

Even in this day and age, racial stereotypes are pervasive and not limited to one area of the country.  🔊

In fast food restaurants, the pervasive trend appears to be the offering of value items.  🔊

In Dahla’s native country, censorship is pervasive and only the government is allowed to operate a television station.  🔊

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