|Origin:||exsudare, from sudare 'to have liquid coming out through the skin'|
if you exude a particular quality, it is easy to see that you have a lot of it:
She exudes self-confidence.
He exuded an air of wealth and power
2 [intransitive and transitive] formal
to flow out slowly and steadily, or to make something do this:
The plant exudes a sticky liquid.