Permeate in a sentence as a verb

Few have ventured to write creatively within their pieces or let abstract concepts permeate throughout an entire piece.

Tests later showed that this can rapidly permeate different kinds of latex gloves and enter the skin within about 15 seconds

I lived in DC for about 6 years, never worked in politics, and his statement rings true to me. Even if you're not involved in politics, pretty much everyone else around you is, and it tends to just permeate everyone's life.

Non-Google stuff should be on an identifiable domain, which will eventually permeate user consciousness as being "not Google content".I speak as a pure outsider and consumer of Google stuff.

Incidentally, I think engineering culture is very important- the trick is to have engineering permeate and bolster strong sales and marketing, not to handicap one in favor of the other.

I have no problem with ruby as a language, even if it takes flexibility a step too far, however the style of coders, and the general "I did something clever and unreadable so I'm awesome" attitude seems to permeate the ruby-verse.

But, beyond avoiding direct conduct by which you are proximately helping to cause an outcome you deem wrong, you as a technologist basically have no control over how your work may be applied by others and, as the collective results of such work eventually permeate society, your moral responsibility for the indirect results of your work effectively stand at zero.

Permeate definitions


spread or diffuse through; "An atmosphere of distrust has permeated this administration"; "music penetrated the entire building"; "His campaign was riddled with accusations and personal attacks"

See also: pervade penetrate interpenetrate diffuse imbue riddle


pass through; "Water permeates sand easily"

See also: percolate filter


penetrate mutually or be interlocked; "The territories of two married people interpenetrate a lot"

See also: interpenetrate