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Exude   /ɪgzˈud/   Listen
Exude

verb
(past & past part. exuded; pres. part. exuding)
1.
Release (a liquid) in drops or small quantities.  Synonyms: exudate, ooze, ooze out, transude.
2.
Make apparent by one's mood or behavior.






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"Exude" Quotes from Famous Books



... dazzlingly yellow, and arranged with all the stiffness of the coiffeur's art. She wore a dress of black sequins, cut perilously low, and shorn a little by wear of its pristine splendour. Her complexion was as artificial as her high-pitched voice; her very presence seemed to exude perfumes of the patchouli type. She was the sort of person concerning whom the veriest novice in such matters could have made no mistake. Yet her companion seemed wholly unembarrassed. He handed her the menu and ...
— The Avenger • E. Phillips Oppenheim



Words linked to "Exude" :   transpire, excrete, distill, show, reek, secrete, distil, gum, exudation, egest, extravasate, stream, release, froth, pass, eliminate, express, fume, evince



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