Definition of 'ooze'
Example sentences containing 'ooze'
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This oozes plump merlot charm, she says. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The sumptuous fabric oozes style and the high street is brimming with soft tops, trousers and dresses. The Sun (2016)Those who have gone before him know how important it is to deliver a team talk that oozes confidence and self-belief. The Sun (2016)Big Star just oozed quality and class, he has so much intelligence. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The Duchess oozes classic Hollywood glamour. The Sun (2016)The forward is oozing confidence right now. The Sun (2009)You can sense the confidence just oozing out of him. The Sun (2006)Pour over the parsnips and press down so the liquid oozes through the vegetables. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They ooze style and are practical too. The Sun (2008)She oozed glamour with her shapely silhouette. The Sun (2013) Vegetables ooze feelgood factor but need regular attention and picking. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The cabin has an aura that oozes the class only the motoring elite have. The Sun (2009)The confidence oozed into their team when they got the goal. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The palace just oozes peace and tranquillity. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Not an easy watch but it oozes style and class. The Sun (2011)Indoors, the house positively oozes history. Times, Sunday Times (2015)With good-looking blokes oozing charm it certainly seems the place for a holiday romance. The Sun (2008)All these things aside, the man oozed power. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Bitter, milky liquid oozes from gills when touched. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She seemed to be at least two decades younger than her 52 years and oozed effortless glamour. The Sun (2011)Full of character, it has five bedrooms and two reception rooms and oozes charm. The Sun (2013)DOWNSIDE: Forget subtlety these houses ooze wealth. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Trends of 'ooze'
Used Occasionally. ooze is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'ooze'
British English: ooze VERB
When a thick or sticky liquid oozes from something or when something oozes it, the liquid flows slowly and in small quantities.
They drank the liquid that oozed from the fruit.
Definition of ooze from the Collins English Dictionary
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