Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Projecting or protruding.

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Examples

  • He ran his red-palmed hands over his furred sides, absent-mindedly scratching his slightly protrudent middle.

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  • Near the canyon, enormous rocks loomed protrudent, like fantastic Negro skulls.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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