permeating

Permeating means to spread throughout. When a substance permeates something, it reaches all the way through.

  • The oil permeated the water, preventing it from sinking.

  • The smell of the perfume permeated the room.

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Example Sentences for permeating

  • 1

    The vapor was permeated in the shell to dissolve it.

  • 2

    The permeate transportation is displaced to the edge of the plates.

  • 3

    The resulting gas mixture is known as the permeate.

  • 4

    Millenarian ideas permeated early Christian thought.

  • 5

    The Astral Plan permeates and connects the rest of the Multiverse.

  • 6

    The aqueous solution permeates the separator and both electrodes.

  • 7

    In other words, the mestizo is the lineage that most permeates the society.

  • 8

    The legacy of the hippie movement continues to permeate Western society.

  • 9

    This rule, which is illimitable, permeates the entire legal system.

  • 10

    This vision should permeate the entire daily life of the school.