verb (used with object), in·fil·trat·ed, in·fil·trat·ing.
verb (used without object), in·fil·trat·ed, in·fil·trat·ing.
Origin of infiltrate
Related Words for infiltratepenetrate, pervade, permeate, impregnate, foist, saturate, access, insinuate, percolate, crack, tinge
Examples from the Web for infiltrate
Contemporary Examples of infiltrate
In 2008 Cromartie talked to The Gathering about the need to “infiltrate” secular media.The $1-Billion-a-Year Right-Wing Conspiracy You Haven’t Heard Of
September 25, 2014
I suppose we could infiltrate the government and do nothing.Up To A Point: My Problem With People Who Agree With Me
P. J. O’Rourke
July 20, 2014
Police sources confirm that the Millers conspired to infiltrate an unidentified court building and execute public officials.Hatriot Politics Created the Las Vegas Killers
June 10, 2014
But she was also having daily conversations with her OSI handlers about which drug rings she should try to infiltrate.Spies, Lies, and Rape in the Air Force: An Undercover Agent's Story
March 4, 2014
Jason White was a convicted felon from North Dakota who managed to infiltrate the Los Angeles Art world, until he snapped.Gallery Owner Accused of Cyberstalking Members of L.A.’s Art Scene
February 13, 2014
Historical Examples of infiltrate
But the aliens were trying to infiltrate and every sentry post was vital.Two Timer
We have been able to infiltrate most of their organizations.Warren Commission (4 of 26): Hearings Vol. IV (of 15)
The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
I can infiltrate and exfiltrate any room on this campus, D. You've seen me do it.Little Brother
The cancer, instead of appearing as a circumscribed tumor, may infiltrate diffusely the gastric walls, and so escape detection.
Fibrin, or the elements which compose it, also escapes to infiltrate the mucous membrane and remain upon its surface.