Lake water seeped through his clothing.
Edith closed her eyes as tears seeped down her cheeks but she wouldn't answer.
Coldness seeped into the command hub.
He held her gaze while the warmth of his skin seeped into her.
Coldness seeped through her as she watched the familiar scene before her.
She sank down with her back to the door, not caring about the cold day or the snow that seeped through her clothes to chill her.
Water seeped from the opening, spreading out in a sticky ooze that was quickly eaten by the thirsty ground.
At the end of the pool, it seeped back into the ground between some more rocks.
The sand 's all seeped away between the stones; the water has n't got any hands.
Wherever you go, you will be walking along streets seeped in important history.
You don't want to use some and then find out later that water has seeped through and damaged the furniture.
It has "seeped" some fluids, some of the partial leaves are still firm while others are completely withed, the most center leaf is still bright green and standing tall.
However in recent years, this controversial subject has seeped into what Carl Jung termed "the collective unconscious", to the point where even Dr. Brian Weiss, a respected therapist, was featured on Oprah to discuss the topic.
As a result, many of those elements seeped into the overall tone of the track.
He tried to cover his uneasiness but it seeped out, like the perspiration visible on his brow.
foetidky green fluid seeped from the creature's wounds giving a fetid odor to the atmosphere.
The quickness eventually seeped away in all three stanzas, with Durbach playing thoughtful strokes that inevitably gave him the edge.
seeped away between the stones; the water hasn't got any hands.
seeped in important history.
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