exude

Part of speech: noun

Exudation.

Part of speech: verb

To discharge; trickle forth, as through pores.

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Usage examples "exude":

  1. This serous exude, on account of the natural adhesions of the arachno- pia, usually remains limited to the damaged area, but it may become generalised. - "Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition.", Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson.
  2. By now, the genius was beginning to exude large drops of sweat. - "The Kenzie Report", Mark Clifton.
  3. When spring pushes pretty hard, many buds begin to sweat as well as to glow; they exude a brown, fragrant, gummy substance that affords the honey- bee her first cement and hive varnish. - "A Year in the Fields", John Burroughs.