Phrasal Verbs

jut out

This page is about the phrasal verb jut out


If something juts out, it is further foward than usual or it sticks out more than usual.


stick out, protrude

For example

  • 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.

Quick Quiz

We saw some of their bones jutting out, so we knew the horses were

a. not getting enough to eat

b. getting plenty to eat

c. getting plenty of exercise

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