from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • That permeates and spreads, or tends to permeate and spread, through every interstice, pore, or part.

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  • adj. spreading or spread throughout


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  • I, being then a permeative Fabian on the executive of the

    The History of the Fabian Society

  • His touch had not been precisely permeative when it came to the world, Ian Rullock.


  • But she came in the authority and integrity of herself, that was also, most dearly, most marvelously, himself as well -- permeative, penetrative, real, a subtle breath named


  • {xiv} indwelling and permeative Life of the human spirit, but as foreign and remote, and He was thought of as "coming" in sporadic visitations to whom He would, His coming being indicated in extraordinary and charismatic manifestations.

    Spiritual Reformers in the 16th & 17th Centuries


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