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Definition of "seeping" [seeping]

  • Present participle of seep. (verb)

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Use "seeping" in a sentence
  • "There was also apple pie fresh that morning from the camp kitchen, potatoes and onions to boil, a cucumber on the side, and a big pot of cowboy coffee hot enough so I stopped worrying about the rain seeping around my shirt collar."
  • "I did get word, late last night, that a certain seeping, pustulent herpes sore of a woman who is 77.9% responsible for my finally having had enough of Second Life is now trying to insinuate her way into an acquaintances sim."
  • "Radioactive steam has been seeping from a pipe that is part the plant's emergency cooling system."