Phrase(s): jut out (into something)
to stick outward into an area. • The back end of the truck jutted out into the street. • The back end jutted out., Phrase(s): jut out (over someone or something)
to stick out over someone or something. • The roof of the house jutted out over the patio. • I’m glad the roof jutted out and kept us dry during the brief storm., Phrase(s): jut out (from something)
to stick outward from something. • The flagpole juts out from the side of the building. • His nose juts out sharply.
McGrawhill's American Idioms And Phrasal Verbs