Which preposition to use with permeate

with Occurrences 38%

He saw that past solutions of the problem had been unsuccessful; that in most cases the Church was eventually drawn into bondage under the State as its creature and instrument in the cause of tyranny and oppression; that it was insensibly permeated with the local and national spirit, differentiated from Catholic Christendom, and severed from the full influence of its head, the Vicar of Christ.

in Occurrences 2%

Descending, we wandered through the inclosed garden, and came to a little building in a corner, on entering which, we found the two statues of Tam and Sutor Wat,ponderous stone-work enough, yet permeated in a remarkable degree with living warmth and jovial hilarity.

through Occurrences 2%

Having so started the announcement permeating through the community, the old man employed the office phone and called the local livery-stable.

to Occurrences 2%

Ere he could twist his hands free to show fight, which he meant to do pretty fiercely, he found himself baffled, blinded, suffocated, by a handkerchief thrust into his face, while a strong, pungent, yet not altogether unpleasant flavour of ether filled eyes, mouth, and nostrils, till it permeated to his very lungs.

among Occurrences 1%

The sooner our ideas are circulated, the sooner they will permeate among the masses.

Which preposition to use with  permeate