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Spell check of jut

Correct spelling: jut

Synonyms:
prominent, bunch, come out, leap out, image, see, gibbosity, glare, lower, endure, jump out, acoustic projection, digest, blow, visualize, protuberance, start, puffiness, bulging, pout, contrive, send off, project, expulsion, protrude, jut out, gibbousness, externalise, belly, support, bulge out, intumescency, glower, bag, picture, propose, protuberant, grimace, stick out, tolerate, convex, jump, pop out, bear, bulge, jutting, balloon, externalize, stand, beetle, abide, visualise, hump, design, overhang, figure, extrusion, protuberate, pop, suffer, ejection, protrusion, swell, convexity, sound projection, cast, stick up, throw, mug, pouch, excrescence, furrow, put up, envision, projection, frown, stand out, brook, forcing out, lump, plan, fancy, bump, bug out, stomach, intumescence, prominence, swelling.

Antonyms:
dent, depression, hollow, cavity, notch, gouge, crater, valley, pit, bowl, indenture, dimple, well, dip, indentation, dint, furrow, trench, concavity, indent, trough, groove, pocket, basin, recess, impression, concave.

Examples of usage:

1) And I perceived that the part of the plain which did jut bareness into the Land before me had no greatness of size; but might be passed swiftly in but a little running. - "The Night Land", William Hope Hodgson.

2) And there was to my back a little rock that did jut upward so high as a man; and the rock was warm and pleasant to lean upon, and moreover did seem to guard me from behind. - "The Night Land", William Hope Hodgson.

3) The same simple combination of colours was carried up into her hat, which surmounted darker hair than Mrs. Pasmer's, and a complexion of wholesome pallor; her eyes were grey and grave, with black brows, and her face, which was rather narrow, had a pleasing irregularity in the sharp jut of the nose; in profile the parting of the red lips showed well back into the cheek. - "April Hopes", William Dean Howells Last Updated: February 27, 2009.

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