other words for permeation
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Economic Pan-Islamism is the direct result of the permeation of Western ideas.
Ramsey kept himself desperately blind to the cause of this permeation.
Being the most subtile, He must permeate all—for the greater the subtlety, the greater the quality of permeation.
But even in regions where European control is still nominal, the permeation of Westernism has gone on apace.
Turk and Watling have lagoons of a more permanent condition, because they are maintained from the ocean by permeation.
In fact the main difference between us was that we worked for everybody (permeation) and they worked for their own societies only.
And prayer is the communion by which this permeation becomes possible.
Thus religion is the interpenetration and permeation of my personality by that of God.
We can nowadays only influence it by methods of permeation which bear upon the whole of our social life.
From the first they committed themselves to the policy of "permeation," instead of aggressive propaganda.