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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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A clear mixture of salt, water, and other chemicals oozes from hundreds of glands (organs that produce and secrete chemicals) under a hippo's skin.
Back in the laboratory, a microscope investigation revealed that in the morning, a drop of pollen-laden oil oozes from the male part of each flower.
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ON NOW." Although Scher and her "staff" may patrol the space clad in kitschy, vaguely S&M-ish security uniforms, the Machine, a female HAL whose ominously ingratiating voice oozes from hidden speakers, is clearly mistress.
But the seven volcanic islands that compose Hawaii formed over what geologists call a hotspot, a huge plume of magma that oozes from Earth's mantle to the crust.
The timing and teamwork are superb and witty, but even better is the collective verve that oozes from these performers.
Its 8,000 or so distinct species--known generically as spurges--produce a milky latex sap that oozes from cuts on leaves or stems.
Most of the Earth's crust forms when partially molten rock oozes from the planet's interior, emerging at mid-ocean ridges where the sea floor Is spreading.