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 comfy cabin, finished with the company’s signature Takumi craftsmanship, exudes a welcome un-Lexus edginess.
At Dior, Hadid’s coifed updo exuded polish, the retro rake-back centering on a slight bouffant and faux bangs pushed gracefully to one side.
The paintings exude a sense of rootlessness, the fate of the exile who misses home and cannot fully embrace any subsequent home because the migration was involuntary.
Gaia Gelato: Run by cousins Cristina Amoroso and Paola Richard — who also come from Italy and also made a dramatic career change — Gaia exudes Roman authenticity.
Not to be confused with a Red Moon, the upcoming full moon doesn't exude any strawberry hues and only occurs once a year.
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.
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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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