Definition of 'protuberant'
Example sentences containing 'protuberant'
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) A SHRINE OF MURDERS (2003)
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Definition of protuberant from the Collins English Dictionary
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