A pervasive sense of doom in the castle made everyone feel uneasy.
Advanced English Dictionary
+adjective existing in all parts of a place or thing; spreading gradually to affect all parts of a place or thing: a pervasive smell of damp + Her influence is all-pervasive (= it affects everyone and everything). + A sense of social change is pervasive in her novels. pervasively adverb pervasiveness noun [U]
Collocation Dictionary adj
be, prove | become | remain
very | all-
the all-pervasive influence of television
Random quote: Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody else has thought.: Jonathan Swift