Your body begins to secrete adrenaline, your cortisol levels rise, and your heart starts pumping faster.
This blind is made by breaking down the tall reeds, leaving a fence in front, next the water, to secrete the gunner from the game.
But when it has been milked two or three times it ceases to secrete.
She looked about her for some instrument to secrete in case she should be driven to the last stronghold of honor.
De Spain drew quickly back to where he could secrete himself.
He hurried off to his room to secrete the box, meaning to deliver it to this friend of his, Oscar Seltz, during the afternoon.
You can hardly find them by day, for they are cunning and secrete themselves.
It was to keep his master from selling him, that he was thus induced to secrete himself.
Why should she secrete it with such care unless it conveyed a lover's assurance?
They had ridden out of the bush and come on the road so suddenly that Black had no time to secrete himself.
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.