Over the past 35 years, there has been an average of jut under 20 incidents per year.
Gibson told me that the Cubs were of different Colours one jut black and the other of a whiteish Colour-.
Nathalie sat in the jut of the room, her back to the row of windows.
It is girdled round by savage cliffs, which, on the northern side, jut out in a bold headland to the water's edge.
Cowdin, with a jut of jaw like a paving block, had bullied Croly for years.
jutty, jut′i, n. a projecting part of a building: a pier, a jetty.
We battled to a corner, where a jut of building stood out into the street.
Where this was, and what the jut were, however, are complex questions which will be noticed towards the end of the chapter.
Rocks, huge and picturesque, jut out into the stream, affording beautiful views of the river and the distant city.
We were sitting in a narrow balcony that seemed to jut out of a horn of the city's lovely crescent.