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  • as intransit
  • as insaturation

synonyms for permeation

  • passage
  • shipment
  • transport
  • travel
  • alteration
  • carriage
  • carrying
  • conveyance
  • crossing
  • infiltration
  • motion
  • movement
  • osmosis
  • penetration
  • portage
  • shift
  • transfer
  • transference
  • transporting
  • traverse
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antonyms for permeation

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  • hold
  • stagnation
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    How to use permeation in a sentence

    DeLeon was impatient with the policy of slow permeation carried on by the socialists.
    A HISTORY OF TRADE UNIONISM IN THE UNITED STATESSELIG PERLMAN
    Fig. 266 shows a shutting joint used to prevent permeation of dust to the interior of a drawer.
    WOODWORK JOINTSWILLIAM FAIRHAM
    In fact the main difference between us was that we worked for everybody (permeation) and they worked for their own societies only.
    THE HISTORY OF THE FABIAN SOCIETYEDWARD R. PEASE
    At this point the policy of simple permeation of the Liberal Party may be said to have come to an end.
    THE HISTORY OF THE FABIAN SOCIETYEDWARD R. PEASE
    We need a permeation of judgments on conduct by the method and materials of a science of human nature.
    HUMAN NATURE AND CONDUCTJOHN DEWEY
    Economic Pan-Islamism is the direct result of the permeation of Western ideas.
    THE NEW WORLD OF ISLAMLOTHROP STODDARD
    It is maintained also that permeation occurs as readily against the lymph stream as with it.
    MANUAL OF SURGERYALEXIS THOMSON AND ALEXANDER MILES
    Turk and Watling have lagoons of a more permanent condition, because they are maintained from the ocean by permeation.
    THE LIFE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS FROM HIS OWN LETTERS AND JOURNALSEDWARD EVERETT HALE
    Such a wine, in its capturing permeation of us, insists on being for a time a theme.
    ONE OF OUR CONQUERORS, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
    She sat silent for a few moments—presumably to allow of the permeation I suggested.
    DOLLY DIALOGUESANTHONY HOPE
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    WORDS RELATED TO PERMEATION

    • concentration
    • imbibition
    • impregnation
    • intensity
    • interpenetration
    • permeation
    • satiety
    • surfeit
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