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Synonyms for throwaway

Synonyms for throwaway

(sometimes offensive) a homeless boy who has been abandoned and roams the streets

an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution

words spoken in a casual way with conscious under-emphasis

thrown away

intended to be thrown away after use

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Throwaway Players brings to light many of the most important issues the NFL is currently dealing with.
I first recall this throwaway trend coming from America when my aunt, who had gone out there to live, came back for a visit when I was 15 years old.
The throwaway economy is on a collision course with the Earth's geological limits.
This would be an important step in turning away from the throwaway culture we currently have.
Committee chairman Lord O'Neill says: "This would be an important step in turning away from the throwaway culture we currently have.
Since Rome is played by Robert Patrick, who was the indestructible T-1000 in ``Terminator 2: Judgment Day,'' that look is good for a throwaway laugh.
It's a bit of a throwaway line and not everybody who says that really understands what that means.
Environmental agency Envirowise claims consumers in the region have adopted a throwaway culture.
He can toss readers into scenes from throwaway lives they'd just as soon not witness, yet still inspire empathy.
Innovative art teachers can turn such a limitation into opportunities to explore the world of throwaway materials--materials that can be recycled into rewarding art experiences.
The throwaway comment in its text that the boys could equally well be posing for photographs as soldiers leaves the viewer stranded between black humor and the unreliability of reportage.
Once you have the perfect environmentally friendly gift, why cover it in traditional throwaway wrapping?
Even when used for ordinary housekeeping functions, these throwaway vacuums are expensive to operate, noisy and inefficient.
The idea is to design "practices" (selftraining exercises completely integrated with whatever we are doing anyway) for using routine errands and other throwaway moments to build skills for better communication, personal interaction, and relationship development.