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To extend or protrude from a certain point or thing. The way the counter juts out makes it hard to walk around the kitchen.
jut out (over someone or something)
to stick out over someone or something. The roof of the house jutted out over the patio. I'm glad the roof jutted out and kept us dry during the brief storm.
To stick outward; protrude: The puppet's nose jutted out from its face.