verb (used without object), ex·ud·ed, ex·ud·ing.
verb (used with object), ex·ud·ed, ex·ud·ing.
Origin of exude
Related formsnon·ex·ud·ing, adjectiveun·ex·ud·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for exude
Like the other Obama surrogates hitting the airwaves today, Gibbs was doing his best to conceal nervousness and exude confidence.
They exude strength, but the romance and sensuality of fashion are not lost.Chanel, Armani, and Givenchy Present Their Haute-Couture Collections in Paris|Robin Givhan|July 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Indeed, who wants to exude innocence in these times of economic upheaval, violence in Syria, and political distress?Prada and Gucci Show Off Strong, Smart Sensuality at Milan Fall 2012 Fashion Shows|Robin Givhan|February 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It can show stature and authority and also exude commonality.Newt Gingrich's Wife Callista's Prissy Style Problem|Robin Givhan|December 13, 2011|DAILY BEAST
They take on a protective stance in public, and they exude insecurity in their condescension.
They collect it chiefly in the rainy season, because, though it will exude at all times, it flows then most abundantly.
In a short time the sap in the twig commenced to exude from both ends.
During the processing a thick liquid should exude, covering the pimientoes.American Cookery|Various
Oh, might I vole to some umbrageous clump,— Depart—be off—exude—evade—erump!Quips and Quiddities|William Davenport Adams
This liquid may be seen to exude, under different circumstances, from the trunk of the gnat, like a drop of very clear water.The Insect World|Louis Figuier