Jut (verb)

  1. To extend or project beyond a line, surface or level.
  2. To protrude or stick out.


The word 'jut' originated from the middle english word 'juten' meaning 'to project'.


  1. The castle walls jutted out from the cliffs, offering a commanding view of the sea.
  2. The rocks jutted out from the sand, making it difficult to walk along the shore.
  3. The building jutted above the trees, visible from miles away.
  4. The branch jutted from the tree, providing a perch for the bird.
  5. The flagpole jutted above the roof, waving in the wind.
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