Examples of stick out in a Sentence
no feet sticking out in the aisles, please
managed to stick out the whole race despite her bad knee
Recent Examples of stick out from the Web
Yet missing from most movies is the evolving picture of Rex as an ancestor of birds, with feathers sticking out between its scales to keep it warm, and perhaps doubling as a mating display.
Kortas left with a bag full of with potatoes, carrots and onions with green stems sticking out the top.
Young Miles — who was born on May 16 — is swaddled in a yellow blanket, one cute little bootied foot sticking out.
Burke, still wearing his hospital gown and with disconnected IV tubes sticking out his arm, left the hospital about 5 p.m.
In order to avoid getting stuck out on the course, the best option for the bike start and finish is along Lake Robbins.
One of the sconces has wires sticking out, like Higgins was mid-experiment.
The tire change also accounts for the wider wheel arch claddings, sticking out a bit from the side of the car to properly cover the wheels, as the regulators require.
Except, among all the heartland realness, there’s one jarring element sticking out like a sore thumb.
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stick out Synonyms
live with, lump (it), stand for, tough out (it);
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