from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a protuberant manner; in the way of protuberance.


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  • As Mr. Hagan declared himself his lower jaw came more protuberantly forward and his eyes blazed with an increasing truculence.

    The Tyranny of Weakness

  • I saw Levy clench and unclench his great fists, and his canine jaw working protuberantly as he ground his teeth.

    Mr. Justice Raffles

  • A blest little old-world refuge it must have seemed to us, with its protuberantly-paved and peculiarly resonant small court and idle _communs_ beside it, accessible by a high grille where the jangle of the bell and the clatter of response across the stones might have figured a comprehensive echo of all old Paris.

    A Small Boy and Others


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