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He is, by all accounts, brilliant; a dashing, urbane go-getter who exudes charm.

As badass as Howard is, he exudes genuine compassion and respect not only for his teammates but also his fellow footballers.

An unmistakable sense of emergency exudes from the image, yet there is no context as to what that is.

She exudes both a real work ethic (or as real as it can get on reality TV) and likability.

The confidence this young man exudes is obvious, if not reckless.

The tobacco should not be removed from the poles when it drips or the juice exudes from either the stalk or the leaves.

They always ate the corn green in the cob, with a kind of vegetable “milk” that exudes from one of the palm-trees.

That which exudes from plants, as opposed to those formed by art.

The substance is commonly extracted by making a cut in the bark, from which the oily matter exudes.

The juice exudes from incisions made in the bark, and when dried, is removed by a knife or chisel.

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On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exudes, such as: give off, radiate, ooze, emanate, manifest, and exhibit.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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