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Word: exude

Definition: flow out slowly; discharge (gradually); give forth; N. exudation


Sentences Containing 'exude'

...There is a rare quality of truthfulness which always saves Feyder, and his rather vulgar characters exude a strange atmosphere of destiny and death."
All parts are sticky, covered with short viscid-glandular hairs, which exude a yellow secretion containing nicotine.
Not long after the animal has died, its body will begin to exude a foul odor caused by the presence of bacteria and the emission of cadaverine and putrescine.
The drawings exude humour and love: a friend cutting a dog's hair, a picnic view from a high perch, self-portraits of self-portraits.
The farastu and the kelubar can undergo a lengthy and painful process of self-liquefaction into the secretion they most frequently exude.
The fruit is globose, 2–3 cm diameter, yellowish-orange to red when ripe, and has numerous black seeds embedded in the pulp; the fruit are eaten and the seeds dispersed by birds "P. foetida" is able to trap insects on its bracts, which exude a sticky substance that also contains digestive enzymes.
The tadpoles also exude noxious substances which deter fishes from eating them but not the great crested newt.
The upright white hewn studs and freshly planed door and window casings gave it a clean and airy look, especially in the morning, when its timbers were saturated with dew, so that I fancied that by noon some sweet gum would exude from them.

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