Passim


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Passim PASS-ihmPart of speech: adverbOrigin: Latin, 17th century
1(Of allusions or references in a published work) to be found at various places throughout the text.
 
Examples of Passim in a sentence “Her grandfather’s observations about the book were found passim, especially scribbled in the margins. ” “The influence of other black artists was found passim her own work.”