The man's profile image shows how the nose protrudes from the face.
An example of to protrude is what a nose does from a face.
intransitive verb-·trud′ed, -·trud′ing
Origin of protrudeClassical Latin protrudere from pro-, forth + trudere, to thrust
verbpro·trud·ed, pro·trud·ing, pro·trudes
Origin of protrudeLatin prōtrūdere prō- forward ; see pro- 1. trūdere to thrust ; see treud- in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present protrudes, present participle protruding, simple past and past participle protruded)
From Latin prÅtrÅ«dÅ, prÅtrÅ«dere.