Origin of protuberance
Synonyms for protuberance
Examples from the Web for protuberance
Historical Examples of protuberance
Folioles: leaf-like processes from a margin or protuberance.
Caruncle: a soft, naked, fleshy excrescence or protuberance.
You have, on the side of your temple, a protuberance, which I have noticed in the crania of inventors.Put Yourself in His Place
The word means knob or protuberance, especially that in the center of a shield.Lady of the Lake
Sir Walter Scott
The hump in front, he says, was derived from the protuberance of the heavy cuirass.The Heritage of Dress
Wilfred Mark Webb