ooze from

ooze from

1. To seep, trickle, or poor slowly out of something. After eating so much junk food all day, it felt like grease was just oozing from my pores. Toxic sludge oozed from the containers dumped in the park by the energy company.
2. Of some trait or characteristic, to overflow out of someone. Charisma just seems to ooze from her. Style and class oozed from him like a fashion model.
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Everyone pitched in to clean up the OOZE from the lake, the fish, and the fields, to get rid of the mess around the lake they all loved.
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Rotate the rotor and add grease to the four fittings until you see it ooze from the upper or lower bearing seal.
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Crushing and reheating this material several times eventually enabled the workers to get tin to liquefy and ooze from the melt.