permeant

[ pur-mee-uh nt ]
/ ˈpɜr mi ənt /

adjective

permeating; pervading.

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Origin of permeant

1640–50; < Latin permeant- (stem of permeāns), present participle of permeāre to permeate; see -ant

OTHER WORDS FROM permeant

un·per·me·ant, adjective
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