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OOZE, ooz. The origin of this word is not easily ascertained. Heb. See Issue.

To flow gently to percolate, as a liquid through the pores of a substance, or through small openings. Water oozes from the earth and through a filter.

The latent rill, scaree oozing through the grass.

OOZE, n.

1. Soft mud or slime earth so wet as to flow gently or easily yield to pressure.
2. Soft flow spring.
3. The liquor of a tan-vat.

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Entry for 'Ooze'. King James Dictionary.

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