Last year, he orchestrated the infiltration of a Florida immigration detention center.
Laghman, situated on one of the main Taliban infiltration routes to and from Pakistan, is a hotbed of insurgent activity.
infiltration, though, may well taint all main rebel factions.
According to him, the barrier of riot police forces was so dense that any infiltration seemed impossible.
Indeed, the infiltration concept was a frequent topic of discussion among the crowd.
It has crept in as an infiltration, as one might call it, from the democratic system.
There was an infiltration of a western quality into all of these.
In order to remedy the mischief of infiltration it was resolved to remove and replace this projecting ledge.
In a few cases the lungs showed some infiltration with blood.
The water that accumulates now, from rain and infiltration, is lifted out by the sun force as exhibited in wind on windmills.
early 15c., "a knitting together," noun of action from infiltrate. In physics, from 1796. Figurative sense of "a passing into" (anything immaterial) is from 1840; military sense of "stealthy penetration of enemy lines" dates from 1930.
infiltration in·fil·tra·tion (ĭn'fĭl-trā'shən)
The act or process of infiltrating.
The state of being infiltrated.
The gas, fluid, or dissolved matter that has entered a substance, cell, or tissue.