protrude

All Verb Noun
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  • As he read the single page of closely written writing his eyes seemed almost to protrude. Cited from A Maker of History, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • The eyes protrude from the head, located within an orange-brown eye field.
  • The new plan called for five stones to protrude slightly above the water.
  • A pair of protruding eyes allows them to see clearly in both air and water.
  • The body can be smaller because the pressure springs can protrude below the body.
  • His under lip protruded, his deep-set eyes seemed closer than ever together. Cited from The Avenger, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • Never had his eyes protruded so far from his head. Cited from The Loudwater Mystery, by Edgar Jepson
  • And then he saw that through the broken side there protruded the end of a bit of paper. Cited from Flower of the North, by James Oliver Curwood
  • The expedition found a large mass of metal protruding out of the soil.
  • This species occurs over sand and is usually buried with just the eyes protruding.
  • To the right is a small hill with a tree protruding from it.
  • Another feature is the way the upper floors protrude above the floor below.
  • A modern brick wing, occupied, protrudes from the first floor near the north end.
  • The breath left their bodies, their eyes protruded, their faces turned black. Cited from The Eagle of the Empire, by Cyrus Townsend Brady
  • The first is an office section, which protrudes from the main body.
  • When light hit the record, these designs would protrude and spin about the room.
  • Today, only a protruding island in an isolated field remains to mark the extensive site.
  • Large folds of skin may protrude out of the more open left side.
  • There was a bell tower protruding from the top of one part of the east side of the building.
  • Three huge eyes, long protruding tongue made of gold and four hands, which all are made of gold too.
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