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ex·ude

(ek-zūd'),
In general, to ooze or pass gradually out of a body structure or tissue; more specifically, restricted to a fluid or semisolid that so passes and may become encrusted or infected, because of injury or inflammation.
[L. ex, out, + sudo, to sweat]

ex·ude

(eks-yūd')
In general, to ooze or pass gradually out of a body structure or tissue.
[L. ex, out, + sudo, to sweat]

exude

fluid or semisolid oozing gradually from a tissue; it may form crusts

ex·ude

(eks-yūd')
In general, to ooze or pass gradually out of a body structure or tissue.
[L. ex, out, + sudo, to sweat]
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Considering the extent to which every aspect of Ox's paintings is determined long before each one-by-eight-foot section is painted, the sheer beauty exuded by a wall of them is as much of a surprise as Schwitters' gutteral grunts and screams must have been to his audiences in the '20s.
Sodek and his co-workers have been studying the NMPs in sulcal fluid exuded from between the teeth and gums as a possible marker of developing periodontal disease.
The confidence exuded for present management's efforts from our shareholders and their overwhelming support and approval by vote of each item presented in the shareholder proxy statement, confirms our belief in the business strategy we have adopted.
American Quartet, danced by the company to the Dvorak string quartet of the same name (beautifully played by the DeVos Quartet) exuded a sense of youthful optimism in its spacious, freewheeling movement against a backlit cyclorama.
awaits the return of the NFL, Wasserman and AFL commissioner David Baker both exuded confidence that the quirky, 50-yard Arena game will carve its own niche in the region's sports market and, eventually, benefit from proximity to a new NFL team.
This idea contradicts Berner and Landis's claim that the resin actually trapped air as it was exuded from the tree.
In Elena Kunikova's staging of Arthur Saint-Leon's 1844 ballet, La Vivandiere, a New York premiere, the gentle tilt of the ballerinas' heads and their delicately rounded port de bras exuded romanticism.
The old gray barrels exuded a hideous odor, Chicos recalls, and were hidden underneath a new painter's tarp.
Richard Prince's imagery has always exuded a kind of Butt-head cool - a masturbating-in-the-tree-fort, Cher's-latest-tattoo, Playboy-swiped-from-Dad naughtiness, made all the better by swigging a mickey of convenience-store Scotch.
Lynn's group isolated a hydroquinone compound that is exuded by the sorghum root and that makes Striga seeds germinate.