The amount of liquid that soaks into, through, or out of an object.(noun)
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Use "soakage" in a sentence
"Naturally, it rained most of the day, but that only made it easier to ride the water rides without fear of total soakage."
"A lot of the disputes seem to be similar to the capacitor soakage problem in electronics."
"It is the capacitor soakage problem with much longer TCs."