In this model, some of the oil will leak out from the structure.
Targeting pods can bulge out a bit, and leak out unwanted signals.
But as soon as the declassified version is circulating around Washington, it is sure to leak out.
The Facebook billionaire did get hitched, but details have been slow to leak out, says Nina Strochlic.
The drip-drip of bad news surrounding Gov. David Paterson continues to leak out of The New York Times.
It would never do for it to leak out about the new inventions before the time.
After a time he put water into the pot; the water did not leak out.
It was not until the next morning that the fact was allowed to leak out that the Francesca, had been purchased into the service.
I can assure you that nothing of this affair will leak out to others.
Wouldn't it be considered scandalous, or at least indecorous, if it were to leak out now?
"to let water in or out" [Johnson], late 14c., from Middle Dutch leken "to drip, to leak," or from Old Norse leka, both of them related to Old English leccan "to moisten" (which did not survive into Middle English), all from Proto-Germanic *lek- "deficiency" (cf. Old High German lecchen "to become dry," German lechzen "to be parched with thirst"), from PIE root *leg- "to dribble, trickle." The figurative meaning "come to be known in spite of efforts at concealment" dates from at least 1832; transitive sense first recorded 1859. Related: Leaked; leaking.
late 15c., from leak (v.) or Old Norse cognate leki. Sense of "revelation of secret information" is from 1950. Meaning "act of urination" is attested from 1934 ("Tropic of Cancer"); but the verb meaning "to piss" is from 1590s: "Why, you will allow vs ne're a Iourden, and then we leake in your Chimney." ["I Hen. IV," II.i.22]