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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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The 1:125 model still exudes some of the passionate dedication that obsessed Otto and his architect Behnisch at the time, and he has managed to retain this fondness and visionary touch with his ongoing tests for the Stuttgart 21 station.
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Each of these pieces exudes heat, sensuality, and romanticism, and Isbin's performances are crisp, heartfelt, and ultimately flawless.
The warm reds and oranges lend in setting a tone that exudes energy and power.
The 7,000square-foot space exudes elegance and timeless style.
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Elton John has called Rufus Wainwright an as-yet unheralded American treasure, and one imagines Wainwright would respond, with the casual confidence he exudes, "Quite true."
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He exudes enthusiasm, too, about the three-week City Center season: "It's an extremely dense masterworks repertory," he boasts.
As always, he exudes, even on tape, a commanding presence, demonstrating why he's won so many awards in the theater and as a reader of audio books.
Louis woman, Caroline Rocher (see "25 to Watch," DANCE MAGAZINE, January 2001, page 46) exudes glamour and allure.