He pulls aside another prisoner with a protrusion on his head, and implies the man was injured by the guards.
No doubt the protrusion of the cirri effectively aids the act of opening.
The surgeon will reduce the protrusion under ether, or operate.
There is, however, some tendency to the protrusion of the lips with the adults of all races under the influence of great rage.
His hands roamed over it, feeling every protrusion or irregularity.
Here again, however, nothing is positive, save the yellowness of the teeth and the protrusion of the tongue.
No sign, however, save the protrusion of the tongue, is positive.
Hernia, the name given to the protrusion of an internal organ, specially a part of the intestines.
The polype is remarkable for the protrusion and contractile power of its lips.
The mantle cavity is also closed with the exception of a small hole left for the protrusion of the small foot.
protrusion pro·tru·sion (prō-trōō'zhən)
The act of protruding.
The state of being protruded.
A position of the mandible forward from centric relation.