To extend or cause to extend outward.(verb-transitive)
Something, such as an outcropping of rocks, that extends outward.(noun)
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Use "outthrust" in a sentence
"His arms were crossed, and he stood hipshot, his brows raised, his chin outthrust."
"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."
"Then he glared like a mad marmoset, one finger outthrust."