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  • HUMOUR, THE PATHETIC TENDERNESS, AND ADMIRABLE TRUTH WHICH PERVADE

    Castle Rackrent

  • TRUTH WHICH PERVADE THE WORKS OF MY ACCOMPLISHED FRIEND, 'Sir Walter wrote, I FELT THAT SOMETHING MIGHT BE ATTEMPTED FOR MY OWN COUNTRY OF

    Castle Rackrent

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  • PERVADE:

    to spread through all parts of (something.

    e.g. The influence of the early jazz musicians pervades American music.

    Synonyms:

    charge, diffuse, extend, fill, imbue, impregnate, infuse, overspread, penetrate, percolate,

    permeate, suffuse, transfuse

    Antonyms:

    deplete, drain, empty, exhaust, spend, take, use, void

    September 14, 2009