We wish be wald god, god grant, and god nor; as, wald god I knew the secretes of nature.
He secretes them with the infatuation of a dog interring bones.
She secretes, prevaricates, quibbles, lays petty traps and mouses all day long.
It is also known that when the human system is out of order it secretes poison.
It delights in being on the top of bushes, whence after singing for a minute or two it flies into the centre and secretes itself.
This is the apparatus which secretes the silk; it is the double silk-bearing gland.
Liver, liv′ėr, n. the largest gland in the body, which secretes the bile.
The gastric glands are little tubes, the lining of which secretes the fluid.
Thus mutch I say, and it is the summe of all my secretes, wherein I pray your councel and aduice.
What is hee that knoweth the secretes of heartes which be impenetrable?
secrete se·crete (sĭ-krēt')
v. se·cret·ed, se·cret·ing, se·cretes
To generate and separate a substance from cells or bodily fluids.