We love the chicken on a pallet of herby, slightly sweet cornbread dressing, which imbibes all the seeping juices.
What a demon, a behemoth, evil just seems to be seeping through him.
For some Egyptians, these tensions are seeping into regular life.
Outside the walls, and seeping down nearby streets, are dozens of photogenic and thought-provoking visions.
After roasting, hand-grinding the beans and seeping the grinds, he hands out steaming cups.
Then examine the calked flues carefully, and if you see any seeping of water, use your beader lightly till the water stops.
Danny felt warm wetness where the blood was seeping from his ribs.
He closed his eyes as he felt the life—or whatever it was—seeping out of him.
Blood, seeping from a gash across his forehead, blinded him.
And strange stories were seeping into the press of the world.
1790, variant of sipe (c.1500), possibly from Old English sipian "to seep," from Proto-Germanic *sip- (cf. Middle High German sifen, Dutch sijpelen "to ooze"), from PIE root *seib- "to pour out, drip, trickle" (see soap (n.)). Related: Seeped; seeping.