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secrete -- as in: secrete digestive juices
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • The third proceeded to barricade the doors and windows, then returned, and the three united in stifling the cries of terror incited by the sight of these preparations, and then dragged Assunta feet foremost towards the brazier, expecting to wring from her an avowal of where her supposed treasure was secreted.

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

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