- v. present participle of permeate.
- adj. spreading or spread throughout
“Reform" has been the buzzword permeating the defense industry since President Barack Obama signaled his intention to trim defense programs last fall.”
“There's a new N-word permeating our culture and it has nothing to do with racial epithets.”
“If you can't buy gas and you can't buy food and you can't buy clothing, and just like the Christmas holidays, you can't -- there's a limitation to that, it makes you feel -- there is a lot of hopelessness and I think that that is kind of permeating everything we're seeing right now.”
“With such terms permeating our daily language, it’s not surprising that parents are getting nervous and reaching for reassurance that their kids are indeed psychologically OK.”
“This caravan, the rude shouters at the town halls, and the whole anti-intellectual culture permeating the remnant base of the [R] party is an anathema to true dialog in a democratic society and is an EMBARRASSMENT to true conservatives.”
“Twirling lights started up and a booming voice echoed in a permeating manner.”
“Please imagine profound peace overflowing from our hearts permeating all existence -- even to the hearts of those we consider our enemies," Swami Amritaswarupananda said on behalf of Amma, whose native tongue is Malayalam.”
“Heather Chaplin, while mean-spirited and perhaps condescending in her tone, is correct about this sophomoric attitude permeating modern games development.”
“Over-the-top at times, yes, but with his finger directly on the pulse of the outrage and fear permeating this year's election.”
“Since defining the brand positioning of 'Always One Step Ahead' we've helped install a culture of creativity that is permeating the organisation and encouraging all of its people to participate in.”
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