protuberate


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pro·tu·ber·ate

 (prō-to͞o′bə-rāt′, -tyo͞o′-, prə-)
intr.v. pro·tu·ber·at·ed, pro·tu·ber·at·ing, pro·tu·ber·ates
To swell or bulge.

[Late Latin prōtūberāre, prōtūberāt- : Latin prō-, forth; see pro-1 + Latin tūber, a swelling; see teuə- in Indo-European roots.]

pro·tu′ber·a′tion n.

protuberate

(prəˈtjuːbəˌreɪt)
vb
(intr) rare to swell out or project from the surrounding surface; bulge out

protuberate


Past participle: protuberated
Gerund: protuberating

Imperative
protuberate
protuberate
Present
I protuberate
you protuberate
he/she/it protuberates
we protuberate
you protuberate
they protuberate
Preterite
I protuberated
you protuberated
he/she/it protuberated
we protuberated
you protuberated
they protuberated
Present Continuous
I am protuberating
you are protuberating
he/she/it is protuberating
we are protuberating
you are protuberating
they are protuberating
Present Perfect
I have protuberated
you have protuberated
he/she/it has protuberated
we have protuberated
you have protuberated
they have protuberated
Past Continuous
I was protuberating
you were protuberating
he/she/it was protuberating
we were protuberating
you were protuberating
they were protuberating
Past Perfect
I had protuberated
you had protuberated
he/she/it had protuberated
we had protuberated
you had protuberated
they had protuberated
Future
I will protuberate
you will protuberate
he/she/it will protuberate
we will protuberate
you will protuberate
they will protuberate
Future Perfect
I will have protuberated
you will have protuberated
he/she/it will have protuberated
we will have protuberated
you will have protuberated
they will have protuberated
Future Continuous
I will be protuberating
you will be protuberating
he/she/it will be protuberating
we will be protuberating
you will be protuberating
they will be protuberating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been protuberating
you have been protuberating
he/she/it has been protuberating
we have been protuberating
you have been protuberating
they have been protuberating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been protuberating
you will have been protuberating
he/she/it will have been protuberating
we will have been protuberating
you will have been protuberating
they will have been protuberating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been protuberating
you had been protuberating
he/she/it had been protuberating
we had been protuberating
you had been protuberating
they had been protuberating
Conditional
I would protuberate
you would protuberate
he/she/it would protuberate
we would protuberate
you would protuberate
they would protuberate
Past Conditional
I would have protuberated
you would have protuberated
he/she/it would have protuberated
we would have protuberated
you would have protuberated
they would have protuberated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.protuberate - cause to bulge out or project
protuberate - form a rounded prominence; "The starved child's belly protuberated"
2.protuberate - form a rounded prominence; "The starved child's belly protuberated"
bulge, bag - bulge out; form a bulge outward, or be so full as to appear to bulge
protuberate - cause to bulge out or project

protuberate

verb
To curve outward past the normal or usual limit:
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2010) Teasing apart a three-way symbiosis: transciptome analyses of Curvularia protuberate in response to viral infection and heat stress.
In the geothermal soil of Yellowstone National Park, panic grass (Dichanthelium lanuginosum) can survive soil temperatures of up to 65 oC via symbiotic association with the fungus Curvularia protuberate bearing a mycovirus named Curvularia thermotolerance virus (CThTV).
For example, the fungal endophyte Curvularia protuberate carrying a double stranded RNA virus (CThTV), enables the native host Dicantheliurn lanuginosum to survive soil temperatures up to 65[degrees]C at Yellowstone National Park.