American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A substance that has oozed forth.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To exude; ooze out.
- n. An exudation.
- In botany, to yield an exudate.
- n. A fluid that has exuded from somewhere; especially one that has exuded from a pore of an animal or plant.
- v. obsolete To exude.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. obsolete To exude.
- n. A product of exudation; an exuded substance.
- n. a substance that oozes out from plant pores
- v. release (a liquid) in drops or small quantities
- Latin exsūdātum, neuter past participle of exsūdāre, to exude; see exude. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“They highlight that the indications for tonsillectomy are not just in cases of strep infections but in cases of severe tonsillitis manifested by fever, swollen glands — enlargement of the lymph nodes — and exudate fluid, said Schreibstein.”
“In 2007, R B Berry wrote: That a high cohesive gel implant could have suffered such a massive failure only three years after implantation is very worrying and, in this case, not only had silicone migrated to a regional lymph node, but the exposed silicone gel appears to have provoked an inflammatory response with the production of a significant quantity of serous exudate.”
“This unique gelling action enables the dressings to lock in exudate and its harmful components* (4,5,6).”
“However, chasing the elusive state that cyclists refer to as "fitness" is as dangerous as chasing the exudate of the poppy or the creamy filling of the Oreo.”
“Hashish is the resinous exudate of the cannabis or hemp plant (Cannabis sativa).”
“Opium is the brown, gummy exudate of the incised, unripe seedpod of the opium poppy.”
“These insects produce a sugary exudate (honey dew) which is an important food source for a number of native birds like the kaka (Nestor meridionalis VU).”
“I have a cast-iron stomach that can cope admirably with wound exudate conversations whilst eating brie and cranberry sandwiches, but if that's just made you grimace and you are of a delicate and refined disposition you may want to stop reading this blog post right this minute because I know it's not my usual fare.”
“I feel the strong tiny threads, sticky with some sort of glandular arachnoid exudate, stretched taut against my forehead and cheeks.”
“• Gum tragacanth, an exudate from various species of Astralagus shrubs”
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