protrudes

[ proh-trood, pruh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF protrudes

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I'll choke you till it protrudes from your mouth, and then I'll cut it off!

It is this membrane which protrudes like a blister from the tissues.

(It is wide and protrudes, so that it is like a large bench).

The long neck which protrudes from the shell has to be discarded.

On each side of the mouth is a short tentacle which protrudes from a sac.

Earthworms have no teeth, but they have a long snout that protrudes beyond the mouth.

Her hair is matted, and she has projecting fang-like teeth, between which protrudes a tongue dripping with blood.

Birds which are diseased always fall away on the breast, and the bone feels sharp and protrudes.

Flag of distress, any overt sign of poverty; the end of a persons shirt when it protrudes through his trousers.

This elegant article of dress is placed upon one side of the head, while on the other protrudes a huge mass of disordered hair.