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Another word for ooze

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Verb
  1. To flow or leak out or emit something slowly

      1. To feel pain, grief, or sympathy; suffer
      2. To feel sympathetic grief or anguish:
      3. To cause (an illustration, for example) to bleed.
      1. To pass out in drops through pores, an incision, etc.; ooze; discharge
      2. To discharge or emit (a liquid or gas, for example) gradually.
      3. To diffuse or seem to radiate
      1. To subject to the washing action of a filtering liquid
      2. To lose soluble matter as a result of the filtering through of water
      3. To cause (a liquid) to filter down through some material
      1. To pass or ooze through:
      2. To become active or lively; start bubbling up, as coffee in a percolator
      3. To cause (liquid, for example) to pass through a porous substance or small holes; filter.
      1. To leak, drip, or flow out slowly through small openings or pores; ooze
      2. To enter, depart, or become diffused gradually:
      3. To pass slowly through small openings or pores; ooze:
      1. To come about; happen or occur.
      2. To give off vapor, moisture, etc., as through the pores of the skin
      3. To cause (vapor, moisture, etc.) to pass through tissue or other permeable substances, esp. through the pores of the skin or the surface of leaves, etc.
      1. To ooze or exude through pores or interstices, as blood serum through the vessel walls
      2. To pass through a pore, membrane or interstice.
      3. To pass through pores or interstices in the manner of perspiration.
      1. To exude water or other liquid
      2. To emit or run with drops of liquid:
      3. To form drops of moisture condensed from the air
    See also:

    move

    solid

Noun
  1. A viscous, usually offensively dirty substance

      1. An area of wet, soggy, muddy ground; a bog.
      2. A disadvantageous or difficult condition or situation:
      3. Deep mud; wet, soggy earth; slush
      1. Dark fertile soil containing decaying vegetable matter.
      2. Mire; mud
      3. Black earth containing decaying matter, used as a fertilizer
      1. Soft moist earth; mud.
      2. A thick, sticky, slippery substance.
      3. Any soft, moist, slippery, sometimes sticky matter, as soft mud, the mucous coating on fish, etc.; specif., moist or sticky matter considered filthy or disgusting
      1. Liquid waste of any kind
      2. Watery snow or mud; slush
      3. Waste food used to feed pigs or other animals; swill.
      1. Mud, mire, or ooze covering the ground or forming a deposit, as on a riverbed.
      2. Finely broken or half-formed ice on a body of water, especially the sea.
      3. Any heavy, slimy deposit, sediment, or mass, as the waste resulting from oil refining, the mud brought up by a mining drill, the precipitate in a sewage tank, the sediment in a steam boiler or crankcase, etc.
      1. A greasy compound used as a lubricant for machinery.
      2. A confection consisting of shaved or crushed ice with a syrup, usually fruit-flavored, poured over it
      3. A heavy, wet mixture of snow, ice, and water
    See also:

    clean

Another word for ooze

Noun
      1. (Biology) A mucous substance secreted by certain animals, such as catfishes and slugs.
      2. A thick, sticky, slippery substance.
      3. Any soft, moist, slippery, sometimes sticky matter, as soft mud, the mucous coating on fish, etc.; specif., moist or sticky matter considered filthy or disgusting
      1. A continuous, amorphous substance whose molecules move freely past one another and that has the tendency to assume the shape of its container; a liquid or gas.
      2. A liquid in the body
      3. Any substance that can flow; a gas or, esp., a liquid
      1. Deep mud; wet, soggy earth; slush
      2. An area of wet, soggy, muddy ground; a bog.
      3. A disadvantageous or difficult condition or situation:
    See also:

    mud

Verb
      1. To enter, depart, or become diffused gradually:
      2. To leak, drip, or flow out slowly through small openings or pores; ooze
      3. To pass slowly through small openings or pores; ooze:
      1. To diffuse or seem to radiate
      2. To pass out in drops through pores, an incision, etc.; ooze; discharge
      3. To discharge or emit (a liquid or gas, for example) gradually.
      1. To escape or pass through a breach or flaw:
      2. To permit (water, air, light, radiation, etc.) to pass accidentally in or out; allow to leak
      3. To permit (a substance) to escape or pass through a breach or flaw:
      1. To subject to the washing action of a filtering liquid
      2. To lose soluble matter as a result of the filtering through of water
      3. To cause (a liquid) to filter down through some material
    See also:

    flow