And that oil oozed
up and ruined the sunset; and as for the moonbeams, they positively reeked of paraffine.
Then the bottle slid from his nerveless fingers to the floor, and the liquor oozed
away in a little brown stream; even Trent dropped his pack of cards and sprang up startled.
And really Cornelius took the pencil and began to write, when through the white linen bandages drops of blood oozed
out which the pressure of the fingers against the pencil squeezed from the raw flesh.
From the veranda Sheldon egged him on to strike with strength, till the two triced savages screamed and howled while the blood oozed
down their backs.
And he punched on and on, slower and slower, as the last shreds of vitality oozed
from him, through centuries and aeons and enormous lapses of time, until, in a dim way, he became aware that the nameless thing was sinking, slowly sinking down to the rough board-planking of the bridge.
So lately had the tail been severed, that its raw end still oozed
blood that dried upon her shoulder like so much candle-droppings.
The lamp smoked, the fire was out, the chill of the stormy night oozed
from the cheer- less yellow paper on the wall.
At this the last of my anger oozed
all out of me; and I found myself only sick, and sorry, and blank, and wondering at myself.
out from between the trees, through the tangled maze of the creepers, from behind the great fantastic and unstirring leaves; the darkness, mysterious and invincible; the darkness scented and poisonous of impenetrable forests.
He was in a state of profound cogitation, with his own thoughts, and it was his custom at such times to stew himself slowly, under the impression that that process of cookery was favourable to the melting out of his ideas, which, when he began to simmer, sometimes oozed
forth so copiously as to astonish even himself.
The steam- engines shone with it, the dresses of the Hands were soiled with it, the mills throughout their many stories oozed
and trickled it.