verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of seep
Examples from the Web for seeped
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.
As French culture has seeped out of its food, American culture has crept in.
It seeped through the ear-drums, touching every nerve-tip with resistless lassitude.Isle of the Undead|Lloyd Arthur Eshbach
But couldn't some sort of gas have seeped into your office from your adjoining laboratory?Tom Swift and His Giant Telescope|Victor Appleton
I tried to concentrate on the phrases that seeped through emotion and Serbian into English.Steel|Charles Rumford Walker
His heavy boots sloshed through a trickle of water which had seeped unnoticed into the barn.Dan Carter Cub Scout|Mildred A. Wirt
There was green vegetation where the water from a spring seeped into the floor of the cañon below him.The Coyote|James Roberts