Definition of Exuding present participle of exude | The process by which something exudes.
How to use Exuding in Sentence?
- 1. Presently he alights upon the end of a birch-log in the wood-pile, and sips the sweet exuding sap. 🔊
- 2. In fact, trays on some machines have been so designed as to act as "traps" for all dirty matter exuding from the bearings. 🔊
- 3. One of the short ends of a 3 by 1 glass slip is brought into contact with the exuding drop of blood, so that it picks up a small drop. 🔊
- 4. The exuding pus is thin and pale gray in appearance, gritty to the touch, and generally free from pronounced smell. 🔊
- 5. The mussels were likewise "steamed" in their own exuding juices, occupying the large and basin-like sea-shell for the purpose. 🔊
- 6. She divined that Sir Henry resented the intrusion of a personality as powerful as his own and the check upon his habit of exuding patronage. 🔊
- 7. Even the proprietor, with unsatiable curiosity exuding from him, but no spirit for forcing issues, departed to a sanctum of his own up somewhere under the roof. 🔊
- 8. Its rapidly spreading character makes it always a dangerous condition, and a punctured foot exuding a discharge of this nature should always be regarded as serious. 🔊
- 9. Honey dew: a sweetish excretion produced by certain insects, notably Aphids and Coccids, and exuding from the surface of some galls. 🔊
- 10. The Victor on deck, which had furnished the incentive to her turkey-trotting with Lord Willowmere, was still exuding a syncopated melody. 🔊
- 11. On all sides in the country you see acre after acre of bog, dripping with moisture and exuding black runnels whenever the spade of the peat-cutter begins to slice its fibrous bulk. 🔊