OTHER WORDS FROM protuberancepro·tu·ber·an·tial [proh-too-buh-ran-shuhl, -tyoo-], /proʊˌtu bəˈræn ʃəl, -ˌtyu-/, adjectivenon·pro·tu·ber·ance, noun
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How to use protuberance in a sentence
From below, it was possible to distinguish upon the upper plateau of the Great Douvre a sort of protuberance.Toilers of the Sea|Victor Hugo
A hummock is a protuberance raised upon any plane of ice above the common level.The Book of Curiosities|I. Platts
As the protuberance becomes more prominent one half of the spindle passes into it.
Behind the six somites with prominent appendages there are four well-marked somites, each with a small protuberance.
There is a slight protuberance on the caudal lobe, which is possibly the remnant of the cumulus.