The colors, lines, and shapes that permeate the film are truly a sight to behold.
The New York Times editorial page does not permeate across all of America.
Certainly, AIG needed enablers to so permeate the globalized financial system.
As AOL evolved, this ethos of personalization began to permeate the entire user experience.
But its presence speaks to the contradictions that permeate Muslim society.
We can stand it for a while, and it will permeate Jack's room and teach him the beauty of truth.
When they are counted by hundreds, we can permeate and trim and compromise.
It took ages, thousands of years, for the social conception of life to permeate men's consciousness.
The truth that he taught was a truth that was to permeate every thought and every act of life.
Turning the chicken with the breast down causes the juices to permeate the white meat and thus make it tender and juicy.
permeate per·me·ate (pûr'mē-āt')
v. per·me·at·ed, per·me·at·ing, per·me·ates
To spread or flow throughout; pervade.
To pass through the openings or interstices of, as a liquid through a membrane.