Seep is defined as to leak or drip.(verb)
An example of to seep is for water to slowly creep into a basement.
The definition of a seep is a place where liquid comes up from the ground and forms a puddle.(noun)
An example of a seep is a place in the basement floor from where water comes up every time it rains and makes a puddle.
See seep in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME *sipen < OE sipian, to soak, akin to MLowG sīpen, to drip < IE base *seib-, to run out, drip > soap
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intransitive verb seeped, seep·ing, seeps
Origin: Alteration of dialectal sipe.
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