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Spell check of protrude

Correct spelling: protrude

embark on, toss off, project, design, balloon, come forward, come out, break through, plan, stick out, start up, put up, commence, issue, pooch, down, go forth, step up, visualise, externalize, pour down, bear, billow, step to the fore, fancy, jump out, originate, come out of the closet, get going, start out, start, emerge, burst out, belt down, erupt, obtrude, pop, come forth, digest, drink down, initiate, pout, stomach, out, surface, set forth, bulging, turn up, push through, figure, prominent, bulge, take up, see, bulk, poke, leap out, begin, lead off, suffer, pop out, throw, stick up, set off, stand out, visualize, extrude, externalise, get down, point, picture, come to the fore, overhang, image, take off, convex, egress, part, endure, stand, come on, tolerate, jut, send off, bug out, pouch, get, bolt down, bag, depart, distend, set about, fall out, crop up, pop up, brook, come in, jut out, step forward, protuberant, turn out, abide, set out, beetle, appear, swell, bulge out, jump, go, propose, support, cast, belly, place, show up, contrive, bunch, protuberate, startle, envision.

compress, constrict, contract, condense, shrink.

Examples of usage:

1) His bones protrude everywhere like the points of armour, while his garment is scarcely fitted to afford protection against a summer breeze. - "Kai Lung's Golden Hours", Ernest Bramah Commentator: Hilaire Belloc.

2) As he read the single page of closely written writing his eyes seemed almost to protrude. - "A Maker of History", E. Phillips Oppenheim.

3) In order to begin business at once, he rode in the first caleza alone, and before he had gone far, we saw the barrel of his gun protrude on one side, and a bird fall. - "Incidents of Travel in Yucatan, Vol. I.", John L. Stephens.