We were sitting in a narrow balcony that seemed to jut out of a horn of the city's lovely crescent.
It is girdled round by savage cliffs, which, on the northern side, jut out in a bold headland to the water's edge.
Rocks, huge and picturesque, jut out into the stream, affording beautiful views of the river and the distant city.
The sun was tilting towards the west and shadows were beginning to jut out across the blazing sands.
It has a sheer fall of about three hundred yards, and the rock in many places appears to jut out even with the bottom.
The bench on which I happened to be sitting was one of those pretty, little, covered seats, which jut out into the lake.
Eminences in swamps are also chosen for breeding places, and the ends of promontories that jut out into the water.
The unemancipated workers construct steep, rocky dams that jut out into the free, unbridled sea.
It is called Kebrabasa, and is described as a number of rocks which jut out across the stream.
On the piers which jut out into the rivers on all sides of the city, any one can see troupes of gamins every warm, pleasant day.