seeping

[ UK /sˈiːpɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈsipɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. leaking out slowly
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How To Use seeping In A Sentence

  • Red cabbage's fresh, raw crunch is a great addition to salads (see today's recipe), though I quite understand that some of you may have been put off by its appearance in mediocre coleslaws dressed in gloopy, cheap mayonnaise, its pigment seeping into the dressing to create a rather unappealing mess. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's red cabbage recipes
  • There is a sense of all rational control or deliberation seeping away or being under much less deliberative control.
  • He kneels on the sand, the wetness immediately seeping through to his knees.
  • The poisons seeping from Hanford's contaminated land quickly dilute in the water.
  • Rain seeping through the ground into your basement or crawl space may appear as damp, moldy walls or may be handled by a sump pump.
  • Lee got irritated as she saw blood seeping out of a gash on her hand.
  • High levels of nitrates and/or bacteria indicate that you have a plume of pollution seeping into your well, possibly from a local farm or industrial area.
  • Outside, snow flurried through light seeping through the window: silent static beyond the glass.
  • Her arms were covered in scratches and there was one extremely deep one that was still seeping some blood.
  • On the other hand, the Church assumed control of all levels of state education, and the lectures of professors at the Central University of Madrid were censored, to stop French ideas seeping into Spain.
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