seep

to flow slowly through small holes or spaces

seep

(from the article `spring`) ...discharge point of subterranean water at the surface of the ground or directly into the bed of a stream, lake, or sea. Water that emerges at the ...
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seep

[v] - pass gradually or leak through or as if through small openings
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Seep

• (v. i.) Alt. of Sipe
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Seep

(Seepage) An area where water slowly passes out of the ground to the surface; groundwater emerging on the trail tread or bank. In general, seeps have less water flow than a spring.
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Seep

[hydrology] A seep is a moist or wet place where water, usually groundwater, reaches the earth`s surface from an underground aquifer. Seeps are usually not of sufficient volume to be flowing beyond their above-ground location. They are part of the limnology-geomorphology system. Like a higher volume spring, the water is only from undergroun...
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seep

A small area where water ñ that may be of a different temperature and density flows from below the seafloor and rises slowly into the ocean.
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Seep

A spot where ground water or other fluids (such as oil) are discharged at the earth's surface.
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