Origin of seep
How to use seep in a sentence
Berry first told the inspectors the spills were natural seeps, but it has since voluntarily removed major rusted pipes and other debris, and has plugged and abandoned 10 nearby wells.
Like underground tea kettles blowing their tops, seeps of gas, mud, oil and rock erupted in a dozen oil fields.
His own, personal neck and chest were compressed by five other men until 43 years of life and spirit seeped away.
It was a simple formula, really, and it seeped into my consciousness without me even realizing it.
The paranoia he unleashed was so overwhelming that it seeped into every pore of society, including the Pendle witch trials.
Ditching the bleach, he seeped manly confidence with what appears to be a samurai ponytail.
When news seeped out that a reboot was in the works, loyalists were skeptical, even indignant.‘Evil Dead’ Remake Pays Homage to a Horror Cult Classic|Jean Trinh|April 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A trace of light had begun to soften the sky over the dome, but had not yet seeped down to ground level.Fee of the Frontier|Horace Brown Fyfe
Oh, yes, the neighbors certainly got an earful, as the town gossips proved when the divorce suit seeped into the papers.
Enough of it seeped to Joe's ears to make him twist his mustache quite furiously when he came out of the telephone booth.
From the amount of moisture already seeped into the tracks I estimated the two of them had stood there within thirty minutes.A Virginia Scout|Hugh Pendexter
The melody of the dance music which all along had seeped to them in harmonic murmur from the distant ballroom was now hushed.The Tigress|Anne Warner