- 1(especially of liquids) to flow slowly and in small quantities through something or into something synonym trickle
- 2 Blood was beginning to seep through the bandages. Water seeped from a crack in the pipe.
- 3(figurative) Gradually the pain seeped away.
NAmE//sip//[intransitive]+ adv./prep.Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they seep
he / she / it seeps
past simple seeped
-ing form seeping