bleed

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bleed

verb

Definition of BLEED

1
to feel deep sadness or mental pain <her heart bleeds for the homeless people she sees on her way to work>
2
to flow forth slowly through small openings <pitch was bleeding from cuts in the tree bark>
Near Antonyms flood, gush, pour, stream, surge
3
to remove (liquid) gradually or completely <bleed water from the radiators>
Synonyms bleed, draft, draw (off), pump, siphon (also syphon), tap
Near Antonyms bathe, douse (also dowse), drench, soak, souse, wash, water, wet; deluge, drown, flood, inundate, overflow; submerge, swamp
Antonyms fill
4
to rob by the use of trickery or threats <the confidence men coldheartedly bled the elderly couple of their life savings>

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