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Seepage   /sˈipɪdʒ/   Listen
Seepage

noun
1.
The process of seeping.  Synonyms: ooze, oozing.






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"Seepage" Quotes from Famous Books



... Science on Seismic Convulsions—Volcanoes Likened to Boils on the Human Body, Through Which the Fires and Impurities of the Blood Manifest Themselves—Seepage of Ocean Waters Through Crevices in the Rocks Reaches the Internal Fires of the Earth—Steam Is Generated and an Explosion Follows—Geysers and Steam Boilers as Illustrations—Views of the World's Most Eminent Scientists Concerning ...
— Complete Story of the San Francisco Horror • Richard Linthicum

... feature of life in Gopher Prairie was the summer cottages. They were merely two-room shanties, with a seepage of broken-down chairs, peeling veneered tables, chromos pasted on wooden walls, and inefficient kerosene stoves. They were so thin-walled and so close together that you could—and did—hear a baby being spanked in the fifth cottage off. But they were set among ...
— Main Street • Sinclair Lewis



Words linked to "Seepage" :   oozing, seep, flowing, transudation, exudation, flow



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