- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of protrude.
“Even if a small, legible portion of a page protrudes from a closed file, the attorney is entitled to believe that this paper can reasonably be considered to be private and secure from scrutiny and from seizure.”
“A single scraggly tree protrudes from a small square of earth left open near the middle of the cement floor.”
“At the Fort Worth post office, the hook that once held up the small battery-powered clock now protrudes from a plaster wall.”
“It appears the tiny, crimson point of the bud which protrudes from the calyx is very sensitive, and more easily blighted by frost than any other bud.”
“Let me start out by saying that when you run the hook through the soft plastic, try to rig it where the hook protrudes out as much as possible.”
“The hinge also protrudes from the back of the Echo and keeps it from lying flat on a table in its two-screen view.”
“In Morgans's Mondrian South Beach hotel in Miami, the shower head protrudes from the bottom of a hanging crystal chandelier.”
“There is a Plexiglas window on one end, where a button protrudes from the wall: PUSH TO TALK.”
“At this point most of the fractures and lacerations are days old, the maggots and bacteria have set in, and the bone looks dark as it protrudes through the skin.”
“Instead, its main selling point is that, unlike the others, it packs in a full-size keyboard that protrudes beyond the iPad's dimensions via a clever design.”
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