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protrusive

See definition of protrusive on Dictionary.com
  • as inprominent
  • as inblatant
  • as inprojecting
  • as inglaring

synonyms for protrusive

  • outstanding
  • arresting
  • beetling
  • bulging
  • easily seen
  • embossed
  • extended
  • extrusive
  • eye-catching
  • flashy
  • hanging out
  • hilly
  • in the foreground
  • jutting
  • marked
  • noticeable
  • obtrusive
  • obvious
  • projecting
  • pronounced
  • protruding
  • protuberant
  • raised
  • relieved
  • remarkable
  • rough
  • rugged
  • salient
  • shooting out
  • signal
  • standing out
  • striking
  • to the fore
  • unmistakable
  • prominent
  • protruding
  • protuberant
  • sticking out
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antonyms for protrusive

MOST RELEVANT
  • common
  • depressed
  • inconspicuous
  • invisible
  • obscure
  • obscured
  • ordinary
  • sunken
  • unimportant
  • unknown
  • silent
  • unpronounced
  • subtle
  • quiet
  • secret
  • inconspicuous
  • moral
  • hidden
  • concealed
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    How to use protrusive in a sentence

    If they are not mere lumps, their ornament is hideously heavy and protrusive.
    AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
    The protrusive jaw was thrust up under E. Van Tenner's retiring nose.
    THE BEGGAR'S PURSESAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
    A serviceable pith helmet barely overhung the protrusive goggles.
    THE UNSPEAKABLE PERKSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
    Likewise did they scream with protrusive energy: 'Give us back our lost Trades!'
    TEMPORAL POWERMARIE CORELLI
    His lean throat was erect, his chin protrusive, the set of his shoulders proud and defiant.
    THE CARPET FROM BAGDADHAROLD MACGRATH
    But the evolution of a free hand made it possible to dispense with protrusive lips and gripping teeth.
    THE OUTLINE OF SCIENCE, VOL. 1 (OF 4)J. ARTHUR THOMSON
    Unlike some of the other lizards, the Horned Toads are not provided with a protrusive tongue.
    BIRDS AND NATURE, VOL. 12 NO. 4 [SEPTEMBER 1902]VARIOUS
    Over a high and rather protrusive forehead, long hair of iron gray was always swept back.
    THE PORTAL OF DREAMSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
    A true English heart breathes, calm and strong, through the whole business; not boisterous, protrusive; all the better for that.
    HEROES AND HERO WORSHIPTHOMAS CARLYLE
    The forehead retreated, the cheek-bones were high, the nostrils were large, the upper lip protrusive.
    THE HITTITESA. H. SAYCE
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    WORDS RELATED TO PROTRUSIVE

    • prominent
    • protruding
    • protrusive
    • protuberant
    • sticking out
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