My wife was biting her lip and tears began seeping down her cheeks.
Alondra gazed at him, hope seeping into her eyes.
Even in autocratic regimes, truth has a way of seeping in—which means today's dwindling crop of dictators has a serious problem.
She remained by the bed, tears seeping down her cheeks.
A rug would help, but it wouldn't stop the wind from climbing the insulationless walls or seeping through the gaps around the mopboards.
But wouldn't a fireplace and central heat be nice - and windows that would permit the light to brighten a room without seeping cold air - a place like Josh's?
Some victims see blood seeping through the skin, which can result in painful blisters.
More usually pain is associated with the damage caused by acid seeping up from the stomach - or severe heartburn.
seeping through cracks in the earth.
seeping through the walls and floor of their cellar.
seeping into the consciousness of human beings can take time.
seeping very slowly from under some of its scales.
seeping away from the nation states to the central EU bureaucracy.
seeping through - " beside you, beside you " - like a mantra.
seeping down into my hand.
seeping from the multiple wounds on his neck.
Some had swellings or bruises; some had blood or pus seeping from their wounds.
The fuel source for the flames is natural gas, largely methane, seeping through cracks in the earth.
But nothing was done until, months later, water began seeping through the walls and floor of their cellar.
However, any new style seeping into the consciousness of human beings can take time.
More... Q. A grayling had blood spots which seemed to be seeping very slowly from under some of its scales.
Worse still, power is steadily seeping away from the nation states to the central EU bureaucracy.
A voice rises through the blues, a heart seeping through - " beside you, beside you " - like a mantra.
Then the burn started seeping down into my hand.
Blood seeping from the multiple wounds on his neck.
A quality container features an airtight lid to prevent odors from seeping out.
The dyes are color fast, and the surface of the rug is frequently treated with synthetic topical chemicals, which prevent water and therefore dirt from seeping into the fibers of the rug.
The pickles, peppers, and tomatoes can be placed in small bowls to prevent the liquids from seeping into the other ingredients.
If you haven't already guessed, infiltration keeps the cold air from seeping into your home during the winter months and prevents the hot air from coming into your home during the summer months.
The waterproof jacket is composed of specially treated materials that repel water and resist the seeping of excess moisture.
Adding a small amount of wood ash also helps to prevent heavy metals from seeping into your crops.
Glass - Glass wine stoppers have a glass design on top and a metal end with a rubber seal to help prevent air from seeping into the bottle.
The seals are wider at the top than the bottom, providing extra protection from air seeping into the wine bottle.
These types of stoppers will not prevent air from seeping into an opened wine bottle.
Ecchymosis-The medical term for a bruise, or skin discoloration caused by blood seeping from broken capillaries under the skin.
If you over scent a candle, you risk the fragrance oil seeping out of the wax and catching fire.
Water resistant is usually better at keeping actual water completely out because the fabric is woven tightly to prevent water from seeping in.
Sure, all of them offer insulation and protection from the elements - their primary purpose is to keep your feet dry and to prevent moisture from seeping through.
Be sure that you select a quality cover made from quality, heavy-duty vinyl and that has a liner designed to keep moisture from seeping through to the grill and that will absorb any moisture that does get through.
Wearing slippers or flip flops in a public shower may deter nasty fungus from seeping under your skin.
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