hurl


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Synonyms for hurl

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

Synonyms for hurl

a violent throw

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throw forcefully

make a thrusting forward movement

utter with force

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He must have stepped back a pace to hurl himself bodily against the panels.
The sound from the unseen source rose and rose as he retreated, till finally it swelled out in a triumphant peal, as she with a fierce sweep of her arm, seemed to hurl something at her foe, and he, moving his hands blindly before his face, appeared to be swept through the doorway and out into the open sunlight.
I was in time to see the beast spring upon its victim, hurl him to the ground, and worry at his throat.
then if by any chance this paper should be still undestroyed and should fall into your hands, I conjure you, by all you hold sacred, by the memory of your dear mother, and by the love which had been between us, to hurl it into the fire and to never give one thought to it again.
San Paolo be my witness that did ye but find the stout Count Leonardo in his cups, sheer from the castle's topmost battlements would he hurl ye all
We hurl it into its own hell, and cannot again contract ourselves to so base a state.
A sign from Claude and the idea of giving him pleasure would have sufficed to make Quasimodo hurl himself headlong from the summit of Notre- Dame.