Definition of Ooze out
1. Verb. Release (a liquid) in drops or small quantities. "Exude sweat through the pores"
Specialized synonyms: Distil, Distill, Fume, Reek, Transpire, Extravasate, Stream, Gum, Release, Secrete, Froth
Generic synonyms: Egest, Eliminate, Excrete, Pass
Derivative terms: Exudate, Exudate, Exudation, Exudation, Ooze, Oozing, Transudation
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Literary usage of Ooze out
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1. Wives and daughters by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell (1866)
"CHAPTER X. SECRET THOUGHTS ooze out. MOLLY found Cynthia in the drawing-room, standing in the bow- window, looking out on the garden. ..."
2. The Encyclopedia of Practical Horticulture: A Reference System of Commercial by Granville Lowther, William Worthington (1914)
"Drops and masses of gum ooze out from tbe dead spurs. from the base of the spur, up and down the branch and also, more slowly, around it. ..."
3. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People (1878)
"... the manna begins to ooze out of the cuts slowly, and to harden in lumps or flakes, which are from time to time removed by the collectors. ..."
4. A Gilbertese-English Dictionary by Hiram Bingham (1908)
"Bu'ri, vi to ooze out on pressure; to discharge as a boil. Bu'ri, ». pus; white pus. Bu'rim, ». (Eng.) Purim. ..."
5. Transactions of the Philological Society by Philological Society (Great Britain). (1887)
"... I venture to think, be referred to i/kshar ' to ooze out,' and here signifies ' causing to ooze out.' The Old Sinhalese version has ..."
6. A Mandarin-Romanized Dictionary of Chinese: Including New Terms and Phrases by Donald MacGillivray (1921)
"... of the bowels (p'ao3 tus). to reveal, to disclose (lou* ch'n1 to leak, to ooze out. [laia)- to be satisfied, to be appeased, to disclose; to ooze out ..."