Antonyms for oozed

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And from the Assembly the fame of him oozed out gradually over Paris.

I said to show him in, and he sort of oozed through the door—he was that oily.

He dropped his hand on the other man's shoulder and oozed geniality.

Claire fumbled for her chair, oozed into it, and breathed, "Yes."

When, in 1704, the news of Blenheim oozed out, the king's grief was piteous to see.

"Looking for the courage that oozed out at his heels," sneered Parfitt.

It seems as though every atom of courage and confidence had oozed out of me.

The pitch, as before, in the sides and seams of the deck, melted and oozed out.

By reason of this a good deal of their courage had oozed out and vanished.

Drops of perspiration had oozed from the statue of Antony in Alba.