infiltration[ in-fil-trey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF infiltration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFILTRATION
There was an infiltration of a western quality into all of these.
It has crept in as an infiltration, as one might call it, from the democratic system.
In a few cases the lungs showed some infiltration with blood.
Hence, the infiltration of the country with the best the towns contain.
The liquid remains in it quite well, without any trace of infiltration.
This would find its way by infiltration into the interior of the nut.
The Beaker people were an excellent choice for infiltration.
At first, there appeared to be nothing serious in the infiltration.
In midwinter, when the infiltration is reduced to a minimum, the motion is least.
The water supplied by infiltration no doubt repairs the loss to a great degree.