exude /ɪgˈzud/  verb

1 a [+ object] : to produce a liquid or smell that flows out slowly

  • Pine trees exude a sticky substance.
  • The flowers exuded a sweet fragrance.

b [no object] : to flow out slowly — usually + from

  • Moisture exuded from the walls of the cave.
  • A sticky substance exuded[=oozedfrom the pine tree.

2 [+ object] : to show (a quality, emotion, etc.) very clearly or strongly

  • She exudes authority/charm.
  • They exuded elegance/confidence.