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Synonyms for ooze

Synonyms for ooze

to flow or leak out or emit something slowly

a viscous, usually offensively dirty substance

Synonyms for ooze

any thick, viscous matter

the process of seeping

pass gradually or leak through or as if through small openings

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OOZE FACTOR: Lovely trickle of butter right to the bottom SCORE: 4/5
Turtle-ize the skies with the Mutagen Ooze Drop Copter , anairborne assault helicopter, complete with twin tubs to diffuse the Ooze on the Foot Clan.
OOZE FACTOR: Butter found its way all the way through SCORE: 4/5 Kingsmill 6 Square Crumpets, Tesco, PS1 | Cooked to perfection in the toaster as slightly thinner than traditional crumpets - good crispy top and side with a nice squishy centre.
The Turtles sequel, "The Secret of the Ooze," grossed more than $80 million and was released on a record- breaking 3,000 screens nationwide.
These last are fascinating for their characterization of the brides, first as mothlike zombies, then as vile, wormy creatures who ooze and rise and fall and rise again.
Muddy Ooze was Pig's special place for thinking grand Pig Thoughts, doing grand Pig Nothing-At-All, and - on some occasions - sleeping a grand Pig Sleep.
Reminiscent of the DNA that fuses into Ben's body from the Omnitrix, these figures ooze DNA slime bubbles from their bodies when you press the button on their backs.
When oil workers ceased pumping hot water Monday afternoon, the ooze onto Olive diminished, and the street began to subside.
The dancers soon forsake the grid and ooze into variations of the cyborg's stilted gyrations, an eerie display of art imitating technology.
to find a ``Ghostbusters'' character Slimer-like ooze lurking beneath central Los Angeles.
The ooze helps flush out invaders from the eye's surface.
Experiments show that matchstick-size slivers of hydrogel, the type of material used for soft contact lenses, can ooze along like snails, slither like snakes, and creep ahead like inchworms.
Teachers worldwide have invited Professor ProScope, via audio or video chat, into the classroom to show micro writing on money, perspiration ooze from the pores of a finger, the exoskeleton of a live cricket and much more.
When, after a 15-minute immersion, the black ooze has been rinsed off and steamed out, a good follow-up treatment is the aromatherapy massage, conducted in a little octagonal hut with a thatched roof.