Definition of 'protuberant'
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`What big teeth you have," said Wendy - and indeed Sara had protuberant teeth and a bad bite. SPLITTING (2003)Rivulets of blood had snaked down his face, following natural lines to the right of the broad and protuberant nose. THE SERPENT'S MARK (2003)With his fat jowls and protuberant lips, he always reminded Kathryn of a rather large carp. A SHRINE OF MURDERS (2003)
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Used Rarely. protuberant is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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