Extrude: verb, to form something by forcing or pushing it out, especially through a small opening
What the hell is he talking about? Jam night, that’s what! In particular, the first in-person Wednesday Night Jam in over a year. That pandemic sure felt like being squeezed through a small opening, but we’re out, back, and badder than ever. Just ask us.
Certainly, shaking off the rust sure felt and sounded good.
This jam brought to you by the suffix “ude”.
For the curious and/or pedantic:
prelude - seriously, you know what this is
occlude - stop, close up, or obstruct (an opening, orifice, or passage)
illude - to trick, delude
almude - a unit of volume
quaalude - a synthetic, barbiturate-like, central nervous system depressant
detrude - to thrust out or away