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pervasive
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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Definition
existing throughout something; or generally widespread
  • He scanned the room for her again and did not see her, and the first threads of panic began, tiny, pervasive, like the filaments of mushrooms hidden in a log.
    p. 256.4
  • The sleeve of her green coat brushed his and he smelled her perfume, something delicate and yet pervasive, something like the dense pale petals of lilacs outside the window of the student rooms he'd once occupied in Pittsburgh.
    p. 5.9

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