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|present participle||sticking out|
|past tense||stuck out|
|past participle||stuck out|
A magazine was sticking out of his coat pocket.
A pair of feet stuck out from under the blanket.
His bony elbows stuck out through holes in his jacket.
The photo showed Edward with very short hair and his ears sticking out.
He stuck his chest out proudly as he stepped onto the stage.
Ben stuck out his tongue at Pearson (=as an insult).
She stuck her arm out of the car window and waved.
Alice stuck her head out from under the duvet.
One face in particular stuck out from the crowd.
This is the British English definition of stick out. View American English definition of stick out.
a part of an atom that moves around the nucleus (=centre) and has a negative electrical charge