Definition of exude
1 : to ooze out
2 : to undergo diffusion
1 : to cause to ooze or spread out in all directions
2 : to display conspicuously or abundantly exudes charm
Examples of exude in a Sentence
Pine trees exude a sticky substance.
The flowers exuded a sweet fragrance.
Recent Examples of exude from the Web
The crowd at Old Trafford exuded a sense of togetherness.
But generally the festival exudes a certain liberal sensibility.
And both of them exuded goodness, purity, morality.
Scott works as the head bartender and beverage director for Parkers, which sits inside the Kimpton Hotel on the 2000 block of East 9th Street and exudes class and sophistication.
Architecturally inspiring, the exclusive Neil P. building is a stunning 11-story Fort Worth landmark that exudes Art Deco style and elegance.
And though neither exudes the glamour or political flare of Mr. Trudeau, Mr. Scheer lacks Mr. Harper’s wooden public manner.
The soundtrack exudes an air of excessive solemnity.
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EXUDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of exude for English Language Learners
: to produce a liquid or smell that flows out slowly
: to flow out slowly
: to show (a quality, emotion, etc.) very clearly or strongly
Medical Definition of exude
intransitive verb: to ooze out
2: to undergo diffusion
transitive verb: to cause to ooze or spread out in all directions
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