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The rain had seeped through his clothes.
Poisonous chemicals from the factory are seeping into our soil.
The helium will slowly seep out of the balloon.
Even when he closed the windows the noise of the traffic seeped in.
Thoughts of revenge started to seep into her mind.
This kind of language allows racism to start seeping in.