infiltrated

[ in-fil-treyt, in-fil-treyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF infiltrated
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Criminal - These economies are infiltrated by criminal gangs or suffused with criminal behaviour.

The poison has infiltrated every vein and artery of the body politic.

If the hemisphere had been infiltrated, the subversive work had not begun yesterday.

In the case of the infiltrated gland the supply of this plasma is cut off in both directions.

The floor and edges of fresh ulcers are often infiltrated with blood, but they may be of a pale-grayish color.

The gastric tubules are separated from each other and compressed by infiltrated blood, and contain cells which do not stain.

When iodine is applied, a characteristic red staining of the infiltrated parts is noticed.

The leg became gradually more and more painful, extremely sensitive, but not infiltrated with serum.

The limb was slightly emphysematous, swollen, inflamed, and infiltrated with serum.

The same dark colour was observed in the muscles of the limb, which were infiltrated with blood and serum.