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protuberant

(prō-to͞o′bər-ənt, -tyo͞o′-, prə-)
adj.
Swelling outward; bulging.

pro·tu′ber·ant·ly adv.

protuberant

adjective Large, excessive, overhanging
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Thus, the shape of the curve in equation 1 was protuberant (Department of Applied Mathematics, Tongji University 2007, pages 149-150).
protuberant snout and teeth that could gnash their bones into
The eyelids and surrounding parts of the face were greatly ecchymosed and the eyes somewhat protuberant from effusion of blood into the orbits.
If it was meant to look sexy then it didn't work, instead giving the impression she was constantly struggling to contain a set of gnashers so protuberant they could be used to eat an apple through a letter box.
Pectus carinatum (horizontal and protuberant sternum) and a shortened neck with clouding of the cornea, ligamentous laxity and joint stiffness are also seen.
It sands down the protuberant edges of what Samuel Johnson called "tale[s] of wild adventures" and molds them around the contours of the everyday and the ordinary.
This ferocious and crisply cast beast bears great C-shaped horns, a formidable snout with hooked fangs and a pair of large and protuberant, saucer-like eyes.
A portrait on page 84 of Walker's tonic demonstrates that Billow in his early days looked remarkably like Liszt: the same large, soulful, protuberant eyes, the same long face and long hair.
This was the point at which the normal unflappable Dr Christian Jessen actually got embarrassed and admitted he also had protuberant nipples.
On examination, he was found to have protuberant abdomen with mild tenderness in the left flank.
Above his protuberant under lip, his nose is salient, and his eyes, shadowed by his heavy brows, are sunken but intense.
protuberant lips; the low forehead; the light, yellowish hair; and