Being the most subtile, He must permeate all—for the greater the subtlety, the greater the quality of permeation.
And prayer is the communion by which this permeation becomes possible.
Turk and Watling have lagoons of a more permanent condition, because they are maintained from the ocean by permeation.
From the first they committed themselves to the policy of "permeation," instead of aggressive propaganda.
But even in regions where European control is still nominal, the permeation of Westernism has gone on apace.
Even without the latter support the cultivating civilization of China has enormous powers of permeation and extension.
Ramsey kept himself desperately blind to the cause of this permeation.
The permeation of Western industry has, in fact, profoundly modified every phase of Oriental economic life.
Thus religion is the interpenetration and permeation of my personality by that of God.
In fact the main difference between us was that we worked for everybody (permeation) and they worked for their own societies only.
permeation per·me·a·tion (pûr'mē-ā'shən)
The process of spreading through or penetrating, as in the extension of a malignant neoplasm by continuous proliferation of the cells along the blood or lymph vessels.
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.