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Seepage

Seep´age
n.1.Water that seeped or oozed through a porous soil.
1.The act or process of seeping; percolation.
2.a fluid that seeps out of a container; as, seepage from a reservoir.
Noun1.seepage - the process of seeping
Synonyms: oozing, ooze
absorbency, absorbent, absorption, access, admission, adsorbent, adsorption, assimilation, blotter, blotting, blotting paper, chemisorption, chemosorption, condensation, digestion, distillation, dribble, drip, dripping, drop, effusion, endosmosis, engrossment, entrance, entree, entry, excretion, exfiltration, exosmosis, extravasation, exudation, filtering, filtration, import, importation, importing, income, incoming, infiltration, ingoing, ingress, ingression, input, insertion, insinuation, intake, interpenetration, introduction, introgression, intrusion, leaching, leakage, lixiviation, ooze, oozing, osmosis, penetration, percolating, percolation, reception, seep, seeping, sorption, sponge, sponging, spurtle, straining, sweating, transudation, trickle, tricklet, weep, weeping
Browse
Seel
Seeland
Seelily
Seely
Seem
Seemer
Seeming
Seemingly
Seemingness
Seemless
Seemlily
Seemliness
Seemly
Seemlyhed
Seen
Seep
-- Seepage --
seeping
Seepy
Seer
Seeress
Seerfish
Seerhand
Seership
Seersucker
Seerwood
Seesaw
seesee partridge
Seet
Seeth
Seethe
Seether
seething
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