Her fingers were still poking out from under the door.
She pushed open the door and poked her head out.
He could have; used it to poke out that eye!
Yeah, it's all fun and games until someone gets an eye poked out.
I get up from the chair and walk to the door, opening it just enough to poke my head out.
I wasn't much interested in having my eyes poked out.
He had opened a window and poked his head out.
I poked my head out, looking up and down the trail, but no one was near.
He poked his head out into the cold night air.
I could see one of the snakes poking its head out.
The cold water made the points stick out at him.
Michael walked the man to the front door and stuck out his hand.
You've got to stick it out for one more month.
He came around the table and stuck out his hand.
He went to the window and stuck his head out.
This time I knew better than to stick out my hand.
He thought for a moment, then stuck out a hand.
And Europe does need to stick out its hand as well.
I think you should stick it out until the year's over.
He stuck out his head, looked up and down the street.