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protrude
used in Of Human Bondage

4 uses
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Definition
to stick out from
  • He was long and desperately thin; his huge bones seemed to protrude from his body; his elbows were so sharp that they appeared to jut out through the arms of his shabby coat.
    39-40 — Chapters 39-40 (85% in)
  • He noticed that she held her knife as though it were a pen-holder, and when she drank protruded her little finger.
    57-58 — Chapters 57-58 (14% in)
  • She lay with her head thrown back and her mouth slightly open; her legs were stretched out, and her boots protruded from her petticoats in a grotesque fashion.
    93-94 — Chapters 93-94 (89% in)
  • He spoke with a cockney twang in a high, metallic voice which he seemed not able always to control; Philip noticed that his upper teeth were large and protruding; they gave you the impression that they were loose and would come out if you gave them a sharp tug.
    101-102 — Chapters 101-102 (84% in)

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