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Princeton's WordNet

  1. oozing, oozy, seepingadjective

    leaking out slowly


  1. seeping

    Seeping refers to the slow or gradual movement of a liquid through something, typically without a clear or definite source. It can also pertain to the process of something spreading or becoming diffused or pervasive in a gradual way. This term is often used in the context of liquid substances leaking through porous materials, information gradually becoming known, or feelings subtly developing over time.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of seeping in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of seeping in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of seeping in a Sentence

  1. Lisa McClain:

    Freedom of speech is one of the founding principles of our country, and right now, our military servicemembers' careers are in jeopardy if they dare to be conservative, this cancel culture is getting out of control and it's seeping into every aspect of American life.

  2. African American:

    This hate agenda is now seeping into policy making.

  3. Lloyd Austin:

    Diversity, equity and inclusion is important to this military and it will be important in the future, this is not about diversity, this is about a very specific kind of anti-American indoctrination that is seeping into some parts of our military based on the whistleblower complaints we have received.

  4. Nicole Sinder:

    What happened was work started seeping into my life time, it was a lot of working late and being stressed out. Just by looking at the desk I would think :' I have so many things to do tomorrow morning. I am already home. I might as well do them now...' Work really just became a full 24-hour thing.

  5. Phil Thompson:

    It's the accumulated effect over time that will have an impact, if it floods 10 or 15 times a month, a business can't keep operating with its parking lot under water. People lose their jobs because they can't get to work. Seeping cesspools become a public health issue.

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