outjutting

outjutting

(ˈaʊtˌdʒʌtɪŋ)
n
a projection
adj
projecting
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The trade, which had laid the Arangi well up under the lee of this outjutting point of Malaita, was now failing, so that she began to roll in the easy swells with crashings of sheets and tackles and thunderous flappings of her sails.
A heavy surf thundered and burst over an outjutting rock; lowering storm-clouds covered the sky; and, outside the line of surf, a pilot-schooner, close-hauled, heeled over till every detail of her deck was visible, was surging along against a stormy sunset sky.
Jon McMillan's Suspended is an earthenware bulbous shape with outjutting metal and rubber parts.
AT INTERVALS THE SWIMMERS WOULD SLITHER ALONG THE BOTTOM TOWARD A CAVE OR OUTJUTTING ROCK THAT FORMED A SHADOW.
In Venice: Looking East Towards San Pietro di Castello, the buildings have been reduced to a linear skyline, captured with a few bluish gray shades, that floats on water; the outjutting towers and churches tell us it's Venice.