Definition of Seeps

1. Noun. (plural of seep) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of seep) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Seeps

1. seep [v] - See also: seep

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seeps

seemly
seems
seen
seen in
seen through
seen to
seene
seep
seepage
seepages
seeped
seepier
seepiest
seeping
seepingly
seeps (current term)
seepy
seer
seer program
seeress
seeresses
seerfish
seerhand
seers
seership
seerships
seersuckers
seerwood
sees

Literary usage of Seeps

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Geology of Petroleum by William Harvey Emmons (1921)
"In Java oil seeps are numerous along the crests of folds which trend parallel to ... In the Philippine Islands oil and gas seeps are found in seven or eight ..."

2. Oil and Gas in the Mid-continent Fields by Luther Crocker Snider (1920)
"Oil seeps and Asphalt Deposits—Among the features that are often cited as indications of oil and gas are the so-called oil seeps which occur in practically ..."

3. Oil and Gas in the Mid-continent Fields by Luther Crocker Snider (1920)
"Oil seeps and Asphalt Deposits—Among the features that are often cited as indications of oil and gas are the so-called oil seeps which occur in practically ..."

4. Oil and Gas in the Mid-continent Fields by Luther Crocker Snider (1920)
"Oil seeps and Asphalt Deposits—Among the features that are often cited as indications of oil and gas are the so-called oil seeps which occur in practically ..."

5. Petroleum and Natural Gas in Oklahoma by Luther Crocker Snider (1913)
"Oil seeps.—Among the features that are often cited as indications of oil and gas are the so-called oil seeps which occur in practically all parts of the ..."

6. The Underground Water Resources of the Coastal Plain Province of Virginia by Samuel Sanford, Geological Survey (U.S.) (1913)
"seeps make wet and boggy spots on slopes or at the base of scarps, and supply imperceptibly ... seeps differ from springs in size and localization of flow. ..."

7. Field Mapping for the Oil Geologist by Charles Albert Warner (1921)
"Oil-seeps.—Seepages of oil are sometimes found at the surface and often form a sort of scum on the surface of springs or pools of water, and at other times ..."

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