ooze out of (someone or something)

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ooze out of (someone or something)

To seep or pour slowly out of someone or something. Used especially of viscous liquids. After eating so much junk food all day, it felt like grease was just oozing out of my pores. He sat on the curb, blood oozing out of him as he waited for the ambulance. Toxic sludge oozed out of the containers dumped in the park by the energy company.
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But next day orange and yellow poison oozed out of a hole in her leg.
When the milk oozed out of the nose and mouth of the 4 month old baby, Rizana in her statement says that "I stroke the throat of the infant gently." When she stated, stroking the infant's throat, there might have been an impression, a red mark in the infant throat due to stroking, which might have made others to come at a wrong conclusion that Rizana must have squeezed the infant child's throat to death.