stick out (1)
This page is about the phrasal verb stick out (1).
Meaning: If something sticks out, it comes out beyond the edge or the end of something.Synonym: poke out, protrude (formal)
- stick out I knew he had a gun because it was sticking out of his pocket.
- stick out If the front of your car hadn't been sticking out into traffic, the other car wouldn't have hit it.
The planks of wood were sticking out of his car window because they were
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Contributor: Matt Errey