outthrust

NOUN
  1. an outcropping of rock that extends outward
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How To Use outthrust In A Sentence

  • Another agent was sprawled limply by the auditorium door, and Bill, his lantern jaw outthrust, was grimly holding off the three attackers with his revolver.
  • THE TRIMARAN FLEW WESTWARD BENEATH THE OUTTHRUSTING arm of Aven, skimming the shallow salt lagoon by virtue of the metapsychic gale Mercy had whistled up when Bryan protested that the day was too calm for sailing. The Golden Torc
  • His gaze turned across the Gulf to a tongue of land outthrusting from the long purple reach of Vancouver Island. Poor Man's Rock
  • Beyond, looming into the blackness, reared a dark, heavily forested peninsula, like a giant's outthrust shoulder deflecting the sea's fury.
  • She stood now with jaw outthrust and hands on hips. Worldshaker
  • Then he glared like a mad marmoset, one finger outthrust. Watershed
  • When I was seven years old, my grandparents gave me a Dungeons & Dragons boxed set, the basic edition with an Erol Otus cover on which a spear-wielding fighter in purple armor and a fireball-hurling magic-user, one leg outthrust from her scarlet robes, confront a green dragon on the edge of a subterranean lake. Archive 2010-07-01
  • His arms were crossed, and he stood hipshot, his brows raised, his chin outthrust. Crimson Wind
  • And once she was sitting, it seemed quite natural to lay her head on an upper step, cushioned by an outthrust arm. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR
  • His arms were crossed, and he stood hipshot, his brows raised, his chin outthrust. Crimson Wind
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