outthrust

[ verb, adjective out-thruhst; noun out-thruhst ]SEE DEFINITION OF outthrust
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Then with wide mouth and outthrust, curling tongue, uttered voice.

Tad obeyed, but his chin was outthrust and his eyes flashed.

"That settles it," he mused, with an outthrust of the pugnacious jaw.

He groped on ahead, came again to the outthrust knob and pressed by.

Again they climbed, coming presently to a ledge smaller than the one below and hidden by an outthrust boulder.

However, what lay beyond was completely hidden by an outthrust bank.

The outthrust of the lower part of his face was as sharp as that of a fox, and he really looked like a fox.

He seized Bart by the shoulder and Bart moved to throw him off, so that Ringg's outthrust claws raked only his forearm.

Now he clung to an outthrust spur of granite directly beneath the point at which Dhuva had disappeared.

His outthrust jaw bespoke a bulldog courage and determination.

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