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seepage

noun seep·age \ˈsē-pij\

: an occurrence in which a liquid or gas flows or passes slowly through small openings

Full Definition of SEEPAGE

1
:  the process of seeping :  oozing
2
:  a quantity of fluid that has seeped (as through porous material)

Examples of SEEPAGE

  1. Check for seepage in the basement.

First Known Use of SEEPAGE

circa 1825

Rhymes with SEEPAGE

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