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- v. Present participle of ooze.
- n. Something that oozes; a seepage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. leaking out slowly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That which oozes; ooze.
- n. A slow spring.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the process of seeping
- adj. leaking out slowly
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If you look closely at the picture of Caribou Barbie, you can see her brain oozing out from her ear.
I picture Same and the ‘Brave’ occupying the same unfinished basement: cement flaking and the old forgotten canned goods oozing from the seams. dbadass has proven himself, time and again.
Oh yes, the confidence is just oozing from the bulkheads now!
Eczema is also used to describe nonallergic skin disorders that are characterized by oozing, scaling, and itchiness, which we call contact dermatitis.
I hear the Obamafanatics stomp their feet about racism oozing from the campaign and I say, yes, yes there was.
I can see your swollen black eye, the blood oozing from the wound on your forehead.
That photographs show fresh blood Bamber's oozing from the wounds of sister at a time when, given the timing of the murder given by the pathologist, it is absolutely impossible for that to have happened?
'' That's the thing we try to get to around here, '' said right tackle Willie Anderson, blood oozing from the bridge of his nose.
His left arm and legs were peppered with shrapnel and blood was oozing from a head wound.
Presidents is oozing from a murderous wound -- the soul of Abraham