exclude (ik SKLOOD)
To restrict or to prevent participation or involvement in a situation or activity: “The new rules were designed to exclude pets from living in the apartment building.”
exude (ig ZOOD, ik SOOD)
1. To show off in an effusive manner: “She seemed to exude good humor and charm.”
2. To spread out in all directions: “The spilled oil seemed to exude all over the garage floor.”
The scent of the perfume seemed to exude throughout the room, making several people sneeze; therefore, the management decided to exclude the wearing of perfume in the public rooms.