infiltrating

[ in-fil-treyt, in-fil-treyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF infiltrating
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFILTRATING

The Russians were infiltrating the country with synthetic men.

Orbish language, Orbuary, Orbsday—nice job they did of infiltrating.

He envisioned the fleets of Triom descending, the Triomeds emerging and infiltrating.

The heavy pall of smoke that heaved and rolled over the house-tops, infiltrating in its aqueous touch, was a magnet of melancholy.

Their growth is rapid and infiltrating rather than slow and concentric.

Cell life was powerless before the vanquishing crystals of the infiltrating calcite.

The infiltrating cancer begins as an elevation of the skin, which progresses until it becomes rough and nodular.

Deeply burrowing and infiltrating forms which appear as lumps and ulcerations cause marked disfiguration of the affected part.

The colloid exudations are glairy, semi-solid, jelly-like masses, infiltrating the tissues.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR INFILTRATING

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