hurl


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to send through the air with a motion of the hand or arm

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a violent throw

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throw forcefully

make a thrusting forward movement

utter with force

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A giant catapult that tossed a 450-pound piano on the TV show ``Northern Exposure'' will hurl away old personal computers at a summer festival.
They also had long spears to thrust with, rather than to hurl.
The devotees have faith that people who don't have children come here for praying and when the child is born, they hurl their child in the arms of the goddess on the seventh day of Navaratri.
So if we have hurling coming up in two weeks' time we'll hurl for two weeks coming into that and if we've football we'll stick with football.
The star defender's hurl was stolen at the Galway press night last Thursday week and it's understood that it hasn't been returned.