protuberance - Polnisch
"In his breast pocket," said the great detective, "something large and oval made a protuberance.
By extending his legs as wide as he could, he found tiny protuberances in the rock that helped him to hold on.
Large protuberance on the Sun can strike in a direction of this axis.
On the territory of Yurubchensky area the zones of protuberance of vend stratums on the south of Yurubcheno-Tohomsky deposit are also could be perspective zones.
On a basis of X rays and arteriography, a protuberance noticeable on the left area of crown.
Right, but what if it were some kind of protuberance, like a bolt or something?
She has your prominent mental protuberance.
The brain consists of, and is separated from the spinal cord directly behind the annular protuberance.
You see, Cyrano had a very large protuberance, an amazing proboscis...
While she could agree that a chain or a necklace with a cross might cause injuries during gym lessons, she believed that a man's tie could snag on a protuberance or catch fire during a practical lesson as easily as a headscarf.
something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from its surroundings: projection, bump, gibbousness, frontal eminence, mogul, excrescence, nub, protrusion, caput, hump, snag, belly, swelling, wart, nubble, jut, gibbosity, extrusion, occipital protuberance, bulge, prominence
the condition of being protuberant; the condition of bulging out: status, condition