Sentence Examples

  • It takes on flavors from other items in the refrigerator, and if you keep the bucks (male goats) around the does (female goats), their smell can permeate the milk as well.
  • More importantly, the formula contains botanicals, nutrients, antioxidants and special proteins called cytokines, which are applied to the scalp in order that they may permeate the hair follicle.
  • It was in pin-up pictures, particularly the Vargas prints of the 1940s and 50s, that the daintily naughty showing of stocking tops began to permeate more of the culture.
  • Hence, if you and your child are exploring an alternative lifestyle, it is very important not to "care" and to allow this feeling to permeate your wardrobe.
  • At the same time the high temperature causes the pores of the fabric to open, allowing the sublimation ink, in its gaseous form, to permeate the material.