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adjective as in inward

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But his followers aggressively spread his teachings by infiltrating house churches in China.

A breast mass can be in situ—confined to the area it originated in, or invasive/infiltrating.

In other words, infiltrating this supposedly secure system was alarmingly easy.

Or hear stories about something called “pink slime” infiltrating their Quarter Pounders.

Jihadists affiliated with al Qaeda have been infiltrating Lebanon in recent weeks, forming alliances with radical Sunni groups.

The poet sees foul infections infiltrating society; he has often himself been a victim of social abuses.

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

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

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

He walked on, keeping the road by the misty infiltrating shimmer of the stars, with a sensation rather of gliding than of walking.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to infiltrating, such as: inbound, entering, incoming, inflowing, inpouring, and penetrating.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.