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saturate
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Middlemarch
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  • "Only I was afraid you would be getting so learned," said Celia, regarding Mr. Casaubon’s learning as a kind of damp which might in due time saturate a neighboring body.
  • Mentally surrounded with that past again, Bulstrode had the same pleas—indeed, the years had been perpetually spinning them into intricate thickness, like masses of spider-web, padding the moral sensibility; nay, as age made egoism more eager but less enjoying, his soul had become more saturated with the belief that he did everything for God’s sake, being indifferent to it for his own.

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  • We were caught in the rain and our clothes were saturated.
  • The bandage was saturated with blood.

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