|bulging out, jutting out, projecting||protuberant|
|about to occur, impending, forthcoming, about to happen, near, approaching (especially of an evil or dangerous event); projecting, overhanging||imminent|
|act of protruding, quality of bulging or protruding; projection, act of causing to bulge outward; protuberance, something that sticks out, something that protrudes||protrusion|
|act of pulling a load, hauling; act of carrying; handle; projection by which something is held or supported; projecting part that supplies traction; awkward or clumsy person; ear (Slang); rectangular sail; wooden box for transporting fruits and vegetab...||lug|
|additional information accompanying main text, projecting part, small outgrowth from large intestine, small sac attached to the intestines; addendum, vermiform appendix||appendix|
|advance with caution, distinctive smell, facial feature above the mouth and below the eyes; part of the body used for smelling and breathing; sense of smell; propensity for detecting; proboscis; snout, organ of smell, part resembling nose, projecting f...||nose|
|agog, with bulging eyes||bug-eyed|
|alto-relievo, strongly projecting carving||high relief|
|angle that points outward; narrow piece of land that projects outward from the surrounding surface (Geology), jumping, noticeable or striking, projecting, projecting outward, projecting part of defensive alignment, prominent, conspicuous; bulging outwa...||salient|
|apparatus for projecting light, intense projected light, lamp which can direct a powerful beam of light in any direction||searchlight|
|appetite, bulge, bulging part, desire or persistence, front of body around stomach, front part, stomach; venter, abdomen, inflate, fill; become inflated; protrude, stand out, interior cavity, middle part of body, upper surface of stringed instrument||belly|
|arc-shaped scale on a measuring device, associated person or organization, body part, cut branches from a felled tree; dismember, end of a plant part, large branch, large or main branch of a tree; projecting jointed appendage of the body (arm, leg, win...||limb|
|area of land that is surrounded by water on three sides, strip of land projecting into water||peninsula|
|area outside boxing ring ropes, border around green, cloth worn to protect clothing; front-most part of a stage; parking area for airplanes, conveyor belt made of slats, low-angled surface, paved area at airport, projecting edge, protective garment tie...||apron|
|ball that swerves (Cricket), protruding, sticking out, bulging||googly|
|bay, bulging belly, protruding window||bay window|
|beginning; establishing, bulging, protruding; of or pertaining to the beginning of an event||starting|
|bilection, projecting molding||bolection|
|bolt, spring forward; run swiftly, fast move, make something move quickly, missile used as weapon, missile used in darts, move swiftly, pointed, projecting part or organ, springing forward; sudden forward movement; small pointed missile (used in dart g...||dart|
|bow of a ship, foremost section of a ship, front of ship, projecting front part||prow|
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