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put "permeate" into a sentence that is relevant to your life.
Oh, stephanie...Sigh. That doesn't make a lick of sense.
"As the probosces of the giant digger wasps permeated his abdomen, implanting their hungry larvae deep within his lower gastrointestinal tract, Gregory despondently realized that, all things considered, this was shaping up to be his worst birthday in years."
If Jesus is in your life, He will permeate every tissue from hair to bone to marrow of your being, and there is no way you could not live your life fully for Him!
When I step outside, my world is permeated by deep deep cold and blowing snow.
After a lunch of deep brown beans, the smell of methane will permeate my office.
My teenage years will soon be permeated.