I suppose we could infiltrate the government and do nothing.
Other students said he had encouraged them to reflect on what might have caused such “bad karma” to infiltrate the retreat.
Maybe Weil was trying to infiltrate the project and write an exposé.
She allowed people to infiltrate their lives and her children are vulnerable.
He had been recruited by the Jordanian intelligence service and then taken to Afghanistan to infiltrate al Qaeda.
To what extent were you able to infiltrate, as you call it, General Walker's group?
We have been able to infiltrate most of their organizations.
When pus forms it may infiltrate the stroma of the gland, or may be collected into several small foci.
I can infiltrate and exfiltrate any room on this campus, D. You've seen me do it.
We had planned to infiltrate these various rightwing organizations.
infiltrate in·fil·trate (ĭn-fĭl'trāt', ĭn'fĭl-)
v. in·fil·trat·ed, in·fil·trat·ing, in·fil·trates
To cause a liquid to permeate a substance by passing through its interstices or pores.
To permeate a porous substance with a liquid or gas.