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secrete -- as in: secrete digestive juices
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • ’Oh, no,’ said Kate, ’of course not; but he—mama does not think so, I believe—but he is a mad gentleman who has escaped from the next house, and must have found an opportunity of secreting himself here.’

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  • The pancreas secretes insulin.
  • The snail secretes mucus as it travels.

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