project

Part of speech: verb

To shoot forth; send out.

Part of speech: verb

To contrive or plan.

Part of speech: verb

To stand out; jut out.

Part of speech: noun

A plan; scheme.

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Usage examples "project":

  1. An early day was fixed for carrying out our project, and I proceeded to get everything ready. - "The Seaboard Parish, Complete", George MacDonald.
  2. Margaret Savage would not be interested, she said in a low voice, without turning her head, and there aren't- Sally, the professor interrupted in cold exasperation, will you be good enough to project in my direction, what voice you think it best to use, when you speak to me? - "Concerning Sally", William John Hopkins.
  3. I have a project in my head that I wish very much to carry out. - "Miss Ellis's Mission", Mary P. Wells Smith.