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ooze1

ooze1

 
pronunciation:
uz
parts of speech:
intransitive verb, transitive verb, noun
part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: oozed, oozes, oozing
definition 1: to seep out gradually and slowly, as liquid, gas, or sound may do.
Ketchup oozed out the sides of the sandwich.Sweat seemed to ooze from his every pore.
synonyms:
exude, seep out
similar words:
drain, dribble, drip, flow, issue, leak, trickle
definition 2: to give off moisture.
The scraped skin oozed slightly.
synonyms:
sweat, weep
similar words:
bleed, issue
definition 3: to decrease or be lost gradually.
Her cheerfulness oozed away.
synonyms:
decrease, diminish, dwindle, fade
similar words:
ebb, evaporate, flag, shrink, wane
 
part of speech: transitive verb
definition 1: to give off or exude (liquid, gas, sound, or the like) gradually and slowly.
The scratch oozed blood.
synonyms:
exude
similar words:
drip, emit, leak, secrete, sweat, weep
definition 2: to project (a quality), often excessively or insincerely.
He oozed piety.
synonyms:
drip with
similar words:
effuse, emanate, exude, gush with, project, radiate
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: the action or an instance of oozing.
synonyms:
seeping
similar words:
dribbling, dripping, leak, trickling
definition 2: that which seeps out.
similar words:
discharge, drip, emission, fluid, leak, trickle