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From Latin pervāsus, from pervādō (spread through, pervade), from per (through) + vādō (go, walk).

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pervasive (comparative more pervasive, superlative most pervasive)

  1. Manifested throughout; pervading, permeating, penetrating or affecting everything.
    The medication had a pervasive effect on the patient's health.

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pervasive

  1. feminine plural of pervasivo