Old EnglishspEnglish
Ooze nFrom Old English wōs: sap, juice, froth, influenced by O.E. wase: mire, dirt. (plural oozes). 2. potion of vegetable matter used for leather tanning. 3. secretion, humour. 4. a thick often unpleasant liquid; muck.
Ooze vbTo be secreted or slowly leak. 2. to bury or embed in ooze. 3.(figuratively) To give off a sense of (something).
Ooze nOld English wāse 'mud, mire, slime'. 1. soft mud, slime, or shells on the bottom of a body of water. 2. a piece of soft, wet, pliable turf. 3. the liquor of a tanning vat.
Ooze phr"Ooze Out" - of a thick liuid coming out slowly.
Oozy adjContaining, composed, or like mud or ooze. 2. slimy. 3. slowly leaking, gently dripping.
Ooziness nThe state or quanlity of being oozy.
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