jut out

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jut out

To extend or protrude from a certain point or thing. The way the counter juts out makes it hard to walk around the kitchen.
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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.
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jut out

v.
To stick outward; protrude: The puppet's nose jutted out from its face.
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References in classic literature ?
At the salient of that second angle was a large flat rock, jutting out northward, overlooking the deep valley from which the road ascended.
MOTORISTS did not want to hang about as they passed under half of a footbridge left jutting out over the road after an accident.
Authorities told the state news agency that at least 200 migrants tried to swim to the enclave, which is on a peninsula jutting out from the Moroccan shore.
ACANOPY jutting out of a road divider on Panchsheel Marg is proving hazardous to commuters causing several accidents.
Peninsula: A piece of land jutting out into water and almost surrounded by it.
To make the pump, the researchers used a beam of high-energy ions to carve a slender needle jutting out from the edge of a piece of silicon.
These walls, jutting out at sharp angles, formed seductive, visually balanced planes of blue, orange, and gray that nicely counterbalanced the violence of the mangled materials themselves.
Maarten, it's a ten-minute flight with memorable views--the calm, turquoise sea, barren volcanic rocks jutting out of the water at rakish angles, ships cruising the Lesser Antilles.
He was one of about two dozen new members inducted into the Gorsedd, Wales' main literary society, at a ceremony held in a mist-shrouded field jutting out into the Irish Channel.
No traffic could overtake as there was an island jutting out taking up one lane, thus no traffic could emerge from Wellfield Road causing chaos at the traffic lights at Penylan Road.
The central gallery becomes an alley of statesmen, with portrait busts jutting out from the wall on projecting plinths on either side and culminating in James Guthrie's blockbuster - 11 years in the painting - of the 'Statesmen of World War I'.
Flashing a smile that could melt stone, she lent the choreography both the camp and the candor it demands, twisting her wrists, flicking her legs, and standing, proud and defiant, with her hip jutting out.
So up went a plywood shack with plexiglass windows, jutting out toward ,the street.
Tipping up and jutting out, receding and flattening, the nonrepresentational portions of the work refuse to let the picture parts rest easily.
But while a human thumb is, in essence, a finger jutting out at an odd angle, evolution has jerry-rigged the panda's spur from bones unrelated to our thumbs.