Definition Of seeped

verb

(of a liquid) flow or leak slowly through porous material or small holes.

water began to seep through the soles of his boots

Example Of seeped

  • A popular tourist attraction at Mistley has been damaged by water seeping into the walls.

  • As the mist seeped back into the ground, the rest of the house slowly returned to normal.

  • Blood had seeped through the makeshift bandage, soaking it through.

  • Blood was slowly seeping out of his body.

  • He couldn't even sense the cold and wetness seeping through his clothes.


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