ooze out

VERB
  1. release (a liquid) in drops or small quantities
    exude sweat through the pores
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How To Use ooze out In A Sentence

  • Cuts in the bark of the tree allow the resin to ooze out and harden. The Sun
  • They are seen near these dams and at their "lodges" on the banks of the stream, where they ooze out this castoreum, which is understood to be a signal to other beavers. A Narrative of Colonel Robert Campbell's Experiences in the Rocky Mountain Fur Trade from 1825 to 1835.
  • It was Bush who did the "jaw boning" (as he likes to call it) and let what was left of his brain ooze out. White House step up criticism of NBC
  • But, because the liver is missing and there's a hole in the toad's body, the blood vessels and lungs burst and the other organs ooze out, he said.
  • Cuts in the bark of the tree allow the resin to ooze out and harden. The Sun
  • These laws were justified by an unholy alliance of liquor wholesalers, bricks-and-mortar retailers, and Prohibitionists as being necessary to keep booze out of the hands of minors.
  • Secondly, imagine them not simply floating semi-idly but rather orbiting an apparent barycenter, like an underwater solar system of satellite hatcheries revolving around a feeder sphere from which nutrients ooze out and are fling outwards towards awaiting hungry fishes. Archive 2008-10-01
  • These laws were justified by an unholy alliance of liquor wholesalers, bricks-and-mortar retailers, and Prohibitionists as being necessary to keep booze out of the hands of minors.
  • Cuts in the bark of the tree allow the resin to ooze out and harden. The Sun
  • In Neverland, the Lost Boys and Peter Pan, “clad in skeleton leaves and the juices that ooze out of trees,” ate roasted breadfruits, mammee apples and calabashes of poe-poe. The Fruit Hunters
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