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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]

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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Her passion for the mission of saving babies from birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality is evident in the drive and dedication she exudes with each endeavor she embraces for the March of Dimes."