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  1. (n) something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from its surroundings
  2. (n) the act of projecting out from something
  3. (v) extend out or project in space


  1. When I was here six months ago, bodies jutted from the pancaked floors of collapsed buildings and lined rubble-strewn streets.
  2. Yet amid the Sangre de Cristo range outside Santa Fe this year, a dramatic new feature has jutted up in a matter of months.
  3. In an dark jacket, open collar shirt and brown pants, Obama strolled first through a barn with stalls of cows, whose heads jutted out from the metal gates.



  1. "From my angle, it was pretty obvious that it hit the edge of the bag," Randolph said. "Unless it hit a rock or something, it just jutted out to the left. Randy is an excellent umpire. He obviously was screened on the play or didn't really...
    on Aug 28, 2006 By: Willie Randolph Source: ESPN

  2. In a short essay he wrote for the exhibition, Pratt says the pier is an "approach-structure that jutted out into Placentia Bay at the northeast end of the main runway at Argentia Naval Station."
    on Sep 20, 2008 By: Christopher Pratt Source: Globe and Mail

  3. "I saw a giant field of scorched mulch. It sprawled out to the horizon, 3 square miles looking like someone had worked it over with a huge blowtorch. A few sticks from buildings jutted up like black arms," Ferlinghetti says.
    on Nov 11, 2006 By: Lawrence Ferlinghetti Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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