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  • v. Present participle of exude.


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  • After awhile, behold, they find honey exuding from the chinks of the house,102 and when they have eaten thereof and tasted its sweetness of savour, they slacken in their ordered task and cast it behind their backs.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Recent media accounts of the guy who has not yet officially announced his candidacy would have us believe that being a Fred means Law & Orderly sex-in-a-suit, a name exuding such flypaper pheromones that people find themselves helplessly drawn in.

    Archive 2007-08-12

  • We may be sure that no man of woman born, in finding fault about the burning of maple-logs, ever talked of the sap's "exuding"; or, when giving a daughter

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 09, No. 51, January, 1862

  • All wearing conservative suits and exuding a benign romanticism, the Capris, the Elegants, the Mystics, the Duprees, the Del-Satins, the Four Jays, the Essentials, Randy and the Rainbows, and Vito & the Salutations declared the arrival of Italians into American civilization.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Mike championed this effort at every step, coordinating with various headquarters, cutting through red tape, all the while exuding good humor and patience even through the most unforeseen and trying circumstances.

    Between War and Peace

  • Be it painting or sculpture, Alison Saar's focus is always on the nude female figure, exuding a palpable sense of mystery and ritual sacrifice.

    Edward Goldman: A Lovely Stew of Fashion and Nudity, Plus a Dash of the Profane

  • Had a female novelist paraded all the revolting men that one encounters in Les Célibataires (The Bachelors, 1934) — “his greasy, dandruff-spattered head … exuding a powerful odour of ill-kept male” — she would have been accused of man-hating.

    Monster of Marriage

  • The wind was blowing as my bride walked down the boardwalk just before sunset, in her sexy strapless dress—a modern style from the David Tutera by Faviana collection—exuding such radiance that she drew a crowd.

    My Fair Wedding

  • Handsome and intense to the end but exuding world-weariness, Ryan played a tragically bitter outlaw in Mr. Peckinpah's explosive masterpiece "The Wild Bunch" (1969) and a more genial hired gun in Richard Brooks's suspenseful action adventure "The Professionals" (1966).

    Hollywood's Heroic Villain

  • "Not good," offers the second right after, exuding gloom, "down a thousand."

    No Room for Economists in the IMF Hot Seat


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