from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See seepage.
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Goundwater in the area was starting to show come contamination, and on occasion there was starting to be surface seapage, includign at the playground of the local school, which was also attended by kids from the other side who already had a sewer system.
The bag is still mostly waterproof (when it rains heavily I sometimes get some seapage through the bottom, but barely) and I have never had anything break.