The legacy of disaster in Vietnam has permeated the recent White House debate over whether, and how, to escalate in Afghanistan.
Even though colors have now permeated her works, it still has a lot to do with depth and form.
Each book has gripping scenes on the fear that permeated Argentina in those years.
They are tired with the corruption that has permeated the government.
The Freudian underpinnings that permeated Suddenly Last Summer are also present here.
All the time that she dressed and thought, her very being seemed to be permeated by that soft murmuring sound of falling water.
A rosy light, like the first blush of a new day, permeated the atmosphere.
Cool, firm resolution at once permeated the entire German folk.
It permeated every pore, and seasoned every fibre of his being, as could nothing else.
He has permeated music completely with his impressionistic sensibility.
permeate per·me·ate (pûr'mē-āt')
v. per·me·at·ed, per·me·at·ing, per·me·ates
To spread or flow throughout; pervade.
To pass through the openings or interstices of, as a liquid through a membrane.