pervade


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spread through

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to cause to be filled, as with a particular mood or tone

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He remembered Baglioni's remark about the fragrance that seemed to pervade the chamber.
Besides that Mr Pancks took every opportunity afforded him in Mr Casby's house of significantly glancing at her and snorting at her--which was not much, after what he had done already--he began to pervade her daily life.
Bumble, who prevented his catching cold, and caused a tingling sensation to pervade his frame, by repeated applications of the cane.
It was a trait in Mr Podsnap's character (and in one form or other it will be generally seen to pervade the depths and shallows of Podsnappery), that he could not endure a hint of disparagement of any friend or acquaintance of his.
But, happily for us, my brethren, the fountain of divine love flows from a source too pure to admit of pollution in its course; it extends, to those who drink of its vivifying waters, the peace of the righteous, and life everlasting; it endures through all time, and it pervades creation.
I am afraid, Senor, that you are affected by the spirit of scoffing and irreverence which pervades this unhappy country of France in which both you and I are strangers, I believe.
Yet amid all these varieties and incongruities, there is a common meaning or spirit which pervades his writings, both those in which he treats of the ideas and those in which he is silent about them.
If the soul existed in a previous state, then it will exist in a future state, for a law of alternation pervades all things.
Pickwick, 'must be very great, and the smell which pervades the streets must be exceedingly delicious to those who are extremely fond of smoking.
Right next to it, to further confuse the issue, is 'imbued', which is to inspire or influence thoroughly, to permeate or pervade.
From the quiet that pervades a nighttime apartment to silent snowfalls and the ferocity of an ice storm, Only the Senses Sleep sublimely captures a wide range of environmental experiences in the dark that pervade the corners of human consciousness.
When I consider the shadows that pervade my heart, they are usually the result of the way I see things.
I think it is the best piece I have read in a very long time on Child Welfare and it has "nailed" all the issues that pervade the system here in Manitoba.
Color illustrations and a warm and loving theme pervade the stories.
Abuse of power, manipulation and lies pervade Esther and Arnell's relationship, and eventually spill over into their relationships with others, particularly men, with deadly consequences.