protrude


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to curve outward past the normal or usual limit

Synonyms for protrude

swell or protrude outwards

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Garcia (3) reported one case and Leblanc et al (4) reported three in which a bony defect in the base of the greater wing of the sphenoid bone near the foramen rotundum allowed a meningoencephalocele to protrude into the pterygopalatine fossa.
Laryngoceles limited to the interior of the larynx are called internal, while those that protrude laterally into the neck are called external.
This defect -- resulting from a hole in the muscular wall, or diaphragm, separating the chest cavity from the abdomen -- allows the fetal intestines to protrude into the chest, where they prevent normal lung development.
4 millimeter, these fossils bear ornaments like spikes and flanges that protrude from their spherical surface.
The suction ring secures the Epikeratome to the eye during the Epi-LASIK procedure and allows the cornea to protrude through it.
The actual cell structure found in the new foam works in the same way but is much more convoluted and contains ribs that are bent and protrude into the cells.
High concentrations of glucose in the blood react with structural proteins--primarily collagen -- throughout the body, resulting in the formation of clumps that protrude from the protein.
Its rounded bell shoulders slides by roots, rocks and other debris that can protrude into the borehole.
In tri-tier FP wire bonding, three rows of wiring protrude from the IC pads to provide connectivity to other parts of the IC package.
Virtually all of these transceivers, which can include cell phones, cordless phones, LANS, computer links, trunk radios, RF tagging, and others, incorporate `wand' antennas which protrude from the casing.
That point became embarrassingly evident in the courtroom when TI expert witness Joseph McAlexander jammed the probes of an ohm meter into the ends of a Cypress plastic package in a futile attempt to `prove' that the parts of a modern leadframe buried in the plastic were actually `leads,' in the conventional sense of `conductors which protrude from the package for external connections.
Suspended from the unfinished concrete soffit, an L-shaped steel and glass box extends out and protrudes onto each of the two streets, attracting passing trade from both directions.
The WallWrite offers a 19" X 13" desktop (larger for x-ray sizes) and only protrudes 3 1/2" from the wall.
The builder is obliged by law to have a marker on the end of the pole to indicate the end of it if it protrudes from the vehicle significantly.
The electrodes are then attached to a wire that protrudes from Jerry's skull through a small hole and hooks up to his computer.