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(1) The smell of diesel oil permeated the air.
(2) The smell of leather permeated the room.
(3) The banquet was permeated with an atmosphere of friendship.
(4) Water has permeated the soil.
(5) The air was permeated with the odour of burning rubber.
(6) Dissatisfaction with the government seems to have permeated every section of society.
(7) Water permeated through the cracks in the wall.
(8) His public speeches were permeated with hatred of injustice.
(9) The odor of frying onions permeated the air.
(10) The banquet is permeated with an atmosphere of friendship.
(11) The smell of roast beef permeated the air.
(12) A mood of defeat permeated the whole army.
(13) Such customs permeated through those people.
(14) Fear permeated throughout the entire community.
(15) Dissatisfaction among the managers soon permeated down to members of the workforce.
(16) A foul smell of stale beer permeated the whole building.
(17) He likes these new ideas that have permeated the people.
(18) Soon the gas had permeated the entire area.
(19) Regulatory law is permeated with uncertainty. 2 2.
(20) Bones of whales are permeated with oil.
(21) The smell of people and food permeated the air.
(22) Smoke from smouldering sandalwood permeated everything.
(23) His whole household is permeated by a religious rule.
(24) The smell of smoke permeated the house.
(25) For it permeated the mainstream social sciences books in the 1960s-a decade of exceptional social[sentencedict.com/permeated.html], cultural and political turbulence.
(26) In fact my whole being was permeated by the leaden-armed pervading weakness one feels when forced to work in the small hours.
(27) The faith had permeated their lives to such a degree that it became part of their identity.
(28) The names of certain prison governors whose personal positive qualities permeated every aspect of their prisons tend to be long remembered.
(29) Coming home from school on a Friday afternoon, the delicious smell emanating from our kitchen permeated the entire tenement.
(30) On the other, Ernestine kept up a flow of low-voiced chatter, permeated by sobs.
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