This page is about the phrasal verb jut out
Meaning: If something juts out, it is further foward than usual or it sticks out more than usual.Synonym: stick out, protrude
- jut out The front of his car got hit because it jutted out into a busy traffic lane.
- be jutting out If the broken pipe hadn't been jutting out from the wall, I wouldn't have tripped over it.
We saw some of their bones jutting out, so we knew the horses were
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Contributor: Matt Errey