from The Century Dictionary.
- Projecting or protruding.
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He ran his red-palmed hands over his furred sides, absent-mindedly scratching his slightly protrudent middle.
Near the canyon, enormous rocks loomed protrudent, like fantastic Negro skulls.
Just above Tiemann's, on the lofty, protrudent corner made by the dropping of the high-road into the curious transverse valley, or swale, which at 125th Street crosses Manhattan Island from east to west, stood, at the top of a steep lawn, a mansion imposing still in spite of age, decay, and sorry days.
Before the launch of GM3000EX, what's available on the market is with a protrudent plastic which needs to be inserted and pull out on each travel.