But he was not so absorbed in his self and his purpose as to extrude all thoughts of those who were dear to him.
He notes the familiar fact that the vine-stump absorbed water before it began to extrude it.
Ye have power, it is true, to extrude me from this new world, but my presence will be a bane to you in the old.
The pieces of cotton cloth are then carefully pressed to extrude the oil.
When does one and the same mirror seem now to withdraw the image into its depths, now to extrude it forth to view?
Pupipara: a series of Diptera, in which the females do not extrude the young until they have reached the stage ready to pupate.
In a few seconds the Synapta began to extrude its feathery gills, which had been partly retracted on disturbance.
What is lacking is an authority which can impose commands on the in-group and extrude blood revenge from it.
The swollen thumb is supported by a dorsoventrally flattened spine that does not extrude through the skin.
extrude ex·trude (ĭk-strōōd')
v. ex·trud·ed, ex·trud·ing, ex·trudes
To thrust, force, or press out.
To protrude or project.