Definition of protrude:
picture, distend, begin, kill, pop up, figure, come on, brook, fancy, pooch, initiate, visualise, extrude, come in, start up, bulge, appear, out, pouch, bulk, obtrude, balloon, envision, pop out, jut out, bolt down, convex, egress, plan, endure, push through, bulging, come out, step forward, down, propose, embark on, come forth, take up, start out, bunch, stick out, start, set about, point, part, bear, toss off, originate, belt down, beetle, bulge out, stomach, extrude, stand out, set forth, place, overhang, send off, fall out, stand, turn out, externalize, see, startle, pop, come to the fore, drink down, burst out, get going, poke, take off, turn up, throw, get, lead off, crop up, support, swell, contrive, set out, commence, digest, show up, image, stick up, visualize, surface, prominent, billow, issue, jump out, come out of the closet, project, step to the fore, step up, protuberant, externalise, jump, get down, come forward, depart, break through, tolerate, bag, cast, go, abide, erupt, design, bug out, go forth, protuberate, set off, pout, leap out, emerge, suffer, pour down, jut, belly, put up.
- "Historical Romances: Under the Red Robe, Count Hannibal, A Gentleman of France", Stanley J. Weyman.
- "Four-Day Planet", Henry Beam Piper.
The exact position which the epigastric, L, Plate 31, and spermatic vessels, M, bear in respect to the internal ring, is a point of chief importance in the surgical anatomy of the groin; for the various forms of herniae which protrude through this part have an intimate relation to these vessels.- "Surgical Anatomy", Joseph Maclise.