Skip the seepage,” I said unsympathetically, “and give the news.
The hot springs are just a seepage point, as Dr. Balgos knows.
Barnyards are often a disgrace through the accumulation of manure and seepage.
They found a footprint, and then another, where seepage water had moistened the ground.
Fresh water was not to be had except at a place a half-mile from our camp, where there was a seepage spring.
We realized at last that frozen earth and ice beneath, a barrier to the seepage, made the trouble irremediable.
Springs increase in number and size; likewise belts of seepage make their appearance.
There is a thin crevice vegetation that outlines the joint pattern where seepage supplies the venturesome roots with moisture.
On the very top of the knoll was a seepage of water that sent a tricklet into Tumbling Run.
In order to facilitate the detection of any seepage, they were conducted to a permanent inspection pit outside of the reservoir.