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protrude
used in The Bourne Identity

6 uses
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Definition
to stick out from
  • That same man had wiped the sweat from his protruding lips and had spoken of the courage of an insignificant goat-who had survived.
    Chapter 8 (10% in)
  • He got out, instinctively testing his leg on the pavement, then favoring it as he limped to the nearest post and lifted the hook off the iron circle protruding from the stone.
    Chapter 9 (7% in)
  • The executioner's organ protruded from the cloth of his trousers; he was inflicting the final indignity before he carried out the sentence of death.
    Chapter 9 (15% in)
  • Bourne held her in the close confines of the glass booth, gently lowering her to the seat that protruded from the narrow wall.
    Chapter 13 (0% in)
  • "Questioned?" exclaimed the bookkeeper, his thick, protruding lips curled, his eyes frightened.
    Chapter 28 (40% in)
  • They were odd steps, unusual steps, each level crisscrossed with black ridges that protruded above the surface, protecting the descender from the elements.
    Chapter 35 (2% in)

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