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Capable of being permeated or penetrated, especially by liquids or gases: permeable membranes; rock that is permeable by water.

per′me·a·bly adv.
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The efficiency investigation was conducted by placing uniform electrolytic particulates in a containment chamber with a chemically permeably membrane as the dividing barrier between the anode and cathode, all of which were set in an ion transfer solution.
Returning to Keen's proposals, I note that outside the Arnhemland Reserve, Aboriginal marriage and sexuality in Northern Australia belongs to a social field that is complex, permeably bounded (rather than sealed off and contained) and inter-racial.
9% and the horizontal permeably was 3693 mD (milli Darcy).