soakage

[soh-kij]
noun
1.
the act of soaking.
2.
liquid that has seeped out or been absorbed.

Origin:
1760–70; soak + -age

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soakage (ˈsəʊkɪdʒ)
 
n
1.  the process or a period in which a permeable substance is soaked in a liquid
2.  liquid that has been soaked up or has seeped out
3.  (Austral) Also called: soak a small pool of water or swampy patch

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Example sentences
Each spritz is pretty light, but the rapid fire provides adequate soakage.
The soakage pit is filled with gravel and located two meters from the latrine pit.
The clear liquid was pumped to a soakage pit for disposal to the groundwater.
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