Definition of Outbulging
1. outbulge [v] - See also: outbulge
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Literary usage of Outbulging
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. My First Summer in the Sierra by John Muir (1911)
"... thus making a regular though greatly varied outline, — a cylinder of leafy, outbulging spray masses, terminating in a noble dome, that may be recognized ..."
2. Our National Parks by John Muir (1901)
"... and are adorned on a grand scale with outbulging, cauliflower- like formations. From these as centres the silex pavements slope gently away in thin, ..."
3. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1903)
"... and the mesonephric tubules only opened into it after it was fully formed. Further, the pronephros was said to arise from an outbulging of the ..."
4. The Story of My Boyhood and Youth by John Muir (1916)
"... after watching them at work a few minutes, express unbounded admiration of their strength, and wish that their hard outbulging muscles were for sale. ..."
5. An Introduction to Zoology by Robert William Hegner (1910)
"The interstitial cells in a certain region increase in number and volume, producing a slight outbulging of the ectoderm. The growing region is located at ..."
6. The Egyptian Campaigns, 1882 to 1885 by Charles Royle (1900)
"The square was formed eventually, but the rear side was but an irregular outbulging mass of horses, mules, camels, and men, tightly wedged together, ..."