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If that were all, then minerals, which are interpenetrated by the world of thought and the world of desire, would have thoughts and desires as well as man.
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He wrote as a very prince among talkers, and he interfused and interpenetrated English with the elegant and cultured fashion of the men of Queen Anne and with something of the warmth, the glow, the personal and romantic ambition, peculiar to the century of Byron and Keats, of Landor and Dickens, of Ruskin and Tennyson and Carlyle.
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Christina thought how pleasant it would be to have him for a worshipping slave-so interpenetrated with her charms that, like Una's lion, he would crouch at her feet, come and go at her pleasure, live on her smiles, and be sad when she gave him none.
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The cathedral,[14] whose aisles you saw or might have seen, yesterday, interpenetrated with light, whose vaults you might have heard prolonging the sweet divisions of majestic sound, would have been built in that stately symmetry by Norman law, though never an arch at Rome had risen round her field of blood,-though never her Sublician bridge had been petrified by her Augustan pontifices.
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It is true that Sumerian princes, like Gudea of Lagas, were also deified; but this was long after the rise of Semitic supremacy, and the age of Sargon of Akkad, and when Sumerian culture was deeply interpenetrated by Semitic ideas.
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Then came a letter from him-of supplication, interpenetrated with the hint: a suffused atmosphere.
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The room was dark though it was summer, and although it had two windows, one to the street, and one to the garden behind: both ceiling and floor were of a dark brown, for the beams and boards of the one were old and interpenetrated with smoke, and the other was of hard-beaten clay, into which also was wrought much smoke and an undefinable blackness, while the windows were occupied with different plants favoured of Grannie, so that little light could get in, and that little was half-swallowed by the general brownness.
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An era of blessedness had vanished, but was not lost; it was added to his life, gathered up into his being; it was dissolved into his consciousness, and interpenetrated his activity.
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It was as if Birkin's whole physical intelligence interpenetrated into Gerald's body, as if his fine, sublimated energy entered into the flesh of the fuller man, like some potency, casting a fine net, a prison, through the muscles into the very depths of Gerald's physical being.
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Examples of Interpenetrated

Example #1
But that is not a sufficient explanation to account for all facts of life.
Example #2
This is not the case, so something more than mere interpenetration must be requisite to acquire the faculties of thought and feeling.
Example #3
Unlike his only rival, he had learnt his art before he began to practise it.
Example #4
He is a better writer than any one of these, in that he is always a master of speech and of himself, and that he is always careful yet natural and choice yet seemingly spontaneous.
Example #5
She would make a gentleman of him, then leave him to dream of her!
Example #6
Hardly before had his work been enlivened by such a presence; and the joy of it was in his eyes, though his behaviour was calm.