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  • protruding protruding  /proʊ ˈtru dɪŋ/ ?  extending out above or beyond a surface or boundary

    protruding meaning(s) 

    • (adj) extending out above or beyond a surface or boundary

    Synonym(s)

    protruding usage(s)

    1. For two days no one paid it much notice until Lin, the temple caretaker, saw something odd: a ghostly, stiffened, protruding hand.
    2. Richard Reid, a British passenger on the Boeing 767, was trying to light a fuse protruding from his shoe, witnesses say.
  • protrusible protrusible  capable of being thrust forward, as the tongue
  • protrusile protrusile  capable of being thrust forward, as the tongue
  • protrusion protrusion  /prə ˈtru ʒən/ ?  something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from…
  • protrusive protrusive  /prə ˈtru sɪv/ ?  thrusting outward
  • protuberance protuberance  /proʊ ˈtu bə rəns/ ?  something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects…
  • protuberant protuberant  /prə ˈtju bə rənt/ ?  curving outward
  • protuberate protuberate  cause to bulge out or project
  • protura protura  minute wingless arthropods: telsontails
  • proturan proturan  any of several minute primitive wingless and eyeless insects having a cone-shaped…
  • proud proud  /ˈpraʊd/ ?  feeling self-respect or pleasure in something by which you measure your self-worth;…
  • proud flesh proud flesh  the swollen tissue around a healing wound or ulcer
  • proud of proud of  feeling pleasurable satisfaction over something by which you measures your self-worth
  • proudhon proudhon  French socialist who argued that property is theft (1809-1865)
  • proudly proudly  /ˈpraʊd li/ ?  with pride; in a proud manner
  • proust proust  /ˈpraʊst/ ?  French novelist (1871-1922)
  • proustian proustian  /ˈprus tjən/ ?  of or relating to or in the manner of Marcel Proust
  • provability provability  capability of being demonstrated or logically proved
  • provable provable  /ˈpru və bəl/ ?  capable of being demonstrated or proved
  • provably provably  in an obvious and provable manner
  • prove prove  /ˈpruv/ ?  be shown or be found to be
  • prove oneself prove oneself  show one's ability or courage
  • proved proved  /ˈpruvd/ ?  established beyond doubt
  • proven proven  /ˈpru vən/ ?  be shown or be found to be
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