Antonyms for seeped

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A dark patch on his back showed where the perspiration had seeped through.

Stained it was with fresh blood which had seeped onto it from him.

This was something that had seeped up from old feeling; it had no life of its own.

But no jungle odors had seeped through that other Tube on its completion.

The water that seeped into the puddle on the floor moistened their lips as they talked.

Sleep held him until daylight seeped in through the one dingy window.

Now the same summons had seeped around to him from another direction.

It seeped into his mind and became part of his own outpourings.

Perhaps, just as the energy had expired in the Furnace, it had seeped from him.

And the water must have seeped through into this room at times, for some of the planks in the floor nearest the wall were rotting.