Definition of Protruded

1. Verb. (past of protrude) ¹



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Definition of Protruded

1. protrude [v] - See also: protrude

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Protruded

protractions
protractive
protractor
protractors
protracts
protrade
protreptic
protreptical
protreptics
protriptyline
protropin
protruberance
protruberances
protrudable
protrude
protruded (current term)
protrudes
protrudeth
protrudin
protruding
protrusibility
protrusible
protrusile
protrusion
protrusions
protrusive
protrusively
protrusiveness
protuberance
protuberances

Literary usage of Protruded

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1862)
"Case of Wound of the Abdominal Walls, with protruded Omentum. By WALTER P. ATLEE, MD, one of the Surgeons to St. Joseph's Hospital. ..."

2. The Genesee Farmer. (1859)
"After the colt was foaled, part of its intestines protruded through the rim of ... The intestines that protruded through the rim of the abdomen were above ..."

3. A System of surgery: Theoretical and Practical by Timothy Holmes (1870)
"It is only the amount of the protrusion which "will to some extent affect the steps of the treatment; for if the •wound be small, and the mass protruded ..."

4. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1908)
"He was buried in the Brompton cemetery. which ' protruded a long Hebrew nose and a huge pair of black whiskers.' Braham left six children. ..."

5. The Anatomy of the Human Body .. by John Bell, Charles Bell (1802)
"... the vein on the back of the penis, and fo producing erection ; but its chief ufe muf t be in preventing the anus from being too much protruded in ..."

6. The Æneid of Virgil by Virgil (1910)
"That windy roar, nor weapon dropped from heaven, Till in her bare, protruded breast the spear Drank, deeply driven, of her virgin blood. ..."

7. Geology and Mineralogy Considered with Reference to Natural Theology by William Buckland (1841)
"A. 10. represents a dike and protruded mass of Granite, intersecting and overlying stratified rocks of the Primary and Transition series. ..."

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