Like anything Parisian, there are knockoffs, and cheap ones at that: extruded bits of processed, salt-doped, luridly pink ham.
Healing does not take place until the sequestrum is extruded or removed by operation.
Well, when the time came for the lens to be extruded, it would not budge!
May it not be a mere fanciful speculation, to be extruded from physics as soon as possible?
In the common toad as many as 7000 eggs may be extruded at a time.
Masses of molten granite were extruded from beneath the earth's surface through the sedimentary deposit.
It also extruded itself into fine, wire-like strands on a moving object.
So he kept Louis, the dethroned and extruded prince, close beside him.
This disintegration may be due to a process of autolysis, which sets in only after the egg has extruded the two polar bodies.
He may even buy a mansion with an incredibly small outlay, and, when once in it, will not easily allow himself to be extruded.
extrude ex·trude (ĭk-strōōd')
v. ex·trud·ed, ex·trud·ing, ex·trudes
To thrust, force, or press out.
To protrude or project.