exude[ ig-zood, ik-sood ]SEE DEFINITION OF exude
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Silence seemed to flow from them, to exude from their labors.
His film-clogged pores could exude nothing; he had only the sensation of perspiring.
It is the elderly gentlemen on both sides who exude vitriol.
During the processing a thick liquid should exude, covering the pimientoes.
Does he exude the 'God's-own-country' and 'land-of-opportunity' line of conversation?
They are obtained from certain plants in amorphous masses; most of them exude spontaneously, or on puncturing the bark.
By now, the genius was beginning to exude large drops of sweat.
For the bitterness of sorrow could not exude out of my heart.
The ideas of his time, good, bad and indifferent, exude from him at every pore.
You exude an essence which they can no more resist than a bee can honey.