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  • n. Plural form of seep.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of seep.


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  • “He hardly ever moves, but once in a while the notion seeps into his brain, usually in the dining area.”

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  • (One can only hope that shorthand term seeps into the culture. Main RSS Feed

  • As word seeps out, rivals are often eager to find ways to profit-or at least avoid losses-from a competitor's misfortune.

  • In fact, many of the deposits in the Gulf of Mexico were discovered by observing these oil seeps, which is why the hydrocarbon degraders are everywhere, waiting for their

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  • But Lubchenco said that tests had not ruled out the possibility that these were plankton, or the result of natural "seeps" expelling natural gas into the water.

    Effort to contain Gulf oil spill stalls with stuck saw

  • When you leave the job you try to take off the coat but sometimes you can ` t take it off and it kind of seeps into your psyche.

    CNN Transcript Jan 25, 2008

  • You see what happens with tax reform, is most people don't pay attention -- it kind of seeps into the Washington atmosphere.

    CNN Transcript Nov 12, 2005

  • The rain falls upon the leaves of the trees and the spears of the grass, or the thirsty plowed ground, soaks down into the soil and "seeps" or drains gradually into the streams and rivers, and down these into the lakes and oceans, to be again pumped up by the sun.

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  • – Like Adobe and countless others before them, Google would like to control how their product’s name seeps into the English language.

    Official Google Blog: Do you Google?

  • Italian-ness just kind of seeps into me by osmosis. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph


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