jut[ juht ]SEE DEFINITION OF jut
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUT
Nathalie sat in the jut of the room, her back to the row of windows.
Cowdin, with a jut of jaw like a paving block, had bullied Croly for years.
On the second time of rising thus, I saw myself close to the jut of rock.
We battled to a corner, where a jut of building stood out into the street.
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.
They reached the entrance, and after ascending a few miles, came to anchor under a jut of wood that formed a bend in the river.
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.
I do not profess to say why there was the double form Vit, and Jut—nor should I have identified them myself.