permeative
adjective see permeate

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • permeative — adjective spreading or spread throughout armed with permeative irony...he punctures affectations the pervasive odor of garlic an error is pervasive if it is material to more than one conclusion • Syn: ↑permeant, ↑permeating, ↑pervasive …   Useful english dictionary

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  • permeative — adj. pervasive; penetrative; intrusive; suffusive, propagating …   English contemporary dictionary

  • permeative — per·me·ative …   English syllables

  • permeant — adjective spreading or spread throughout armed with permeative irony...he punctures affectations the pervasive odor of garlic an error is pervasive if it is material to more than one conclusion • Syn: ↑permeating, ↑permeative, ↑pervasive …   Useful english dictionary

  • permeating — adjective spreading or spread throughout armed with permeative irony...he punctures affectations the pervasive odor of garlic an error is pervasive if it is material to more than one conclusion • Syn: ↑permeant, ↑permeative, ↑pervasive …   Useful english dictionary

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  • permeate — verb ( ated; ating) Etymology: Latin permeatus, past participle of permeare, from per through + meare to go, pass; akin to Middle Welsh mynet to go, Czech míjet to pass Date: 1656 intransitive verb to diffuse through or penetrate something… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • permeate — permeation, n. permeative, adj. permeator, n. /perr mee ayt /, v., permeated, permeating. v.t. 1. to pass into or through every part of: Bright sunshine permeated the room. 2. to penetrate through the pores, interstices, etc., of. 3. to be… …   Universalium

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