Russian militants continue to percolate through the Ukrainian border, hoping their Kremlin-stoked fantasies will come true.
In the U.S., it took more than a decade for the lessons to percolate from the teach-ins to the startups.
Novel gun control ideas continue to percolate through the commentariat.
percolate per·co·late (pûr'kə-lāt')
v. per·co·lat·ed, per·co·lat·ing, per·co·lates
To cause a liquid to pass slowly through a porous substance or small holes; filter.
To drain or seep through.
To cause a solvent liquid to pass through a mixture, such as a powdered drug, so as to extract the soluble portion.
[all senses fr the coffee-making device; sense of ''run well,'' for example, fr the steady cheery bubbling of the coffeemaker]