Antonyms for extruded

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We tried plastics; they bubbled, melted, extruded, or burned.

Well, when the time came for the lens to be extruded, it would not budge!

In the common toad as many as 7000 eggs may be extruded at a time.

It also extruded itself into fine, wire-like strands on a moving object.

She would have kissed myself and Ford if we had not extruded elbows.

This disintegration may be due to a process of autolysis, which sets in only after the egg has extruded the two polar bodies.

He didn't bother to see what weapon it had extruded; his entire attention was concentrated on its wheels.

Each egg will contain a black X (red eye producing) or a white X (white eye producing) after the polar bodies have been extruded.

The live prey is surrounded by the extruded stomach which secretes fluids that kill it, after which the soft parts are digested.

So he kept Louis, the dethroned and extruded prince, close beside him.