jut

[juht]
verb (used without object), jutted, jutting.
1.
to extend beyond the main body or line; project; protrude (often followed by out ): The narrow strip of land juts out into the bay.
noun
2.
something that juts out; a projecting or protruding point.

Origin:
1555–65; variant of jet1

juttingly, adverb
outjut, verb (used with object), outjutted, outjutting.
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jut (dʒʌt)
 
vb (often foll by out) , juts, jutting, jutted
1.  to stick out or overhang beyond the surface or main part; protrude or project
 
n
2.  something that juts out
 
[C16: variant of jet1]
 
'jutting
 
adj

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jut
"to protrude," mid-15c., corruption of obsolete jet (see jetty).
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Example sentences
He walked past the old mangosteen tree and up to the edge of a laterite spur that jutted out into the river.
Although useless for chewing, since they jutted away from the mouth, they would have been perfect as a mud rake.
She was especially annoyed by the peninsula that jutted out between the two sinks.
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