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poke out

To be barely visible past an obstruction or obstructions; to protrude.

Here’s the Queen, my dears, in her gilt coach, drawn by six horses. Do you see her sceptre poking out of the carriage window? She governs the nation with that.

Submitted on July 07, 2010

Additional definitions for 'poke out':

poke outTo emerge from behind, in, or under something.
poke outTo cause to protrude or emerge.
poke outTo remove by poking.
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