pore = pore(孔) =
porosity = por(孔) + osity(多) = 多孔性
ous = ous(形容词) = 有优势的
adventurous = ad(临近) + vent(来，走) + ure(行为) + ous(形容词) =
So early growth wood is relatively porous.
Hence, because oil and water do not mix, water remains fastened to the quartz or carbonate grains, while oil occupies the central parts of the larger openings in the porous sandstone or limestone.
These porous materials were seeded with cells from cartilage.
Making matters worse, most of the Yucatan Peninsula consists of karst, a porous sponge-like limestone terrain where rain runs straight into the ground and where little or no surface water remains available.
The water-saturated rock or sediment is known as an "aquifer". Because they are porous, sedimentary rocks, such as sandstones and conglomerates, are important potential sources of groundwater.
The result is that sandstone, for example, can be as porous as the loose sand from which it was formed.
Most crystalline rocks are much more solid; a common exception is basalt, a form of solidified volcanic lava, which is sometimes full of tiny bubbles that make it very porous.
The Saints now have the most porous defence in the league.
He is deploying more soldiers along his country's porous border.