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infiltration
  1. The act or process of infiltrating, as of water into a porous substance, or of a fluid into the cells of an organ or part of the body.
  2. The substance which has entered the pores or cavities of a body.
  3. The act of entering a physical location and/or organization secretly.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “Reduced infiltration will cause water ponding for longer periods following rainfall on a field with surface depressions.”
      “Tumor infiltration of leptomeningeal veins, cranial nerves, and spinal roots was also noted.”
      “If further water infiltration is to be prevented, all leaking pipes and roof leaks should be repaired.”
infiltrant
  1. An infiltrator; a spy who covertly enters a territory or organisation.
  2. A substance that penetrates an object to give it some property, such as waterproofing.
  3. Examples:
    1. “As the cabal's infiltrant, Dolores Umbridge, Staunton is pitch-perfect in her twinkle-eyed, campy villainousness.”
infill
  1. That which fills in a space, hole or gap.
  2. (cosmetics) The redecoration of a fingernail or toenail after it has grown, to prevent an unsightly gap.
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infiltrator
  1. One who infiltrates an organization or territory; an undercover or covert agent.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Cyber protection systems should use covert identification programs to discover information about an infiltrator.”
      “Better yet, the possibilities for an infiltrator in the development team who build the system would be literally without limit.”
infiltrability
  1. The abiity (of a soil etc) to undergo infiltration (of water)
  2. Examples:
    1. “Our experiments re-confirmed that mosses and lichens functioned better than PCs by decreasing soil buck density, increasing water holding capacity and infiltrability.”
infiltrate
  1. (pathology) Any undesirable substance or group of cells that has made its way into part of the body.
infill
  1. (uncommon, especially military) Infiltration, the act of going into a place.
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infilling
infiltrabilities
  1. plural of infiltrability
infiltrations
  1. plural of infiltration
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  3. Examples:
    1. “In many regions of the body the lymphatic tissues are not sharply delineated, but occur as infiltrations into the mucous membranes.”
      “Diascopy with a glass spatula reveals the lupoid character of the infiltrations.”
      “The boost in graphical detail has also improved their movements, making their dodges, grapples and infiltrations seem much more realistic.”
infiltrators
  1. plural of infiltrator
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  3. Examples:
    1. “They could literally count the fascist infiltrators on the fingers of one hand.”
      “Not only the Governors but infiltrators in all other departments should be removed.”
      “He laid most of the blame for Friday's violence on infiltrators from the National Intelligence Service.”
infiltrants
  1. plural of infiltrant
infillings
  1. plural of infilling
  2. Examples:
    1. “Geopetal infillings in the internal cavity of the shells were observed and represented by poorly lithified micritic and aragonitic cement.”
      “At the contact to sediment infillings, fungi produced haustoria that penetrated and scavenged on the remains of fragmented marine organisms.”
      “There is only one baptism with the Spirit, but there should be many infillings with the Spirit throughout the believer's life.”
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