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Synonyms for toss

Synonyms for toss

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

to move vigorously from side to side or up and down

to swing about or strike at wildly

to twist and turn, as in pain, struggle, or embarrassment

to throw (a coin) in order to decide something

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toss around: to speak together and exchange ideas and opinions about

toss down: to take into the mouth and swallow (a liquid)

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the act of flipping a coin

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(sports) the act of throwing the ball to another member of your team

an abrupt movement

throw or toss with a light motion

lightly throw to see which side comes up

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throw carelessly

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Rapper Deeder flails around, tossing off rhythmically informed verbiage, guitarist Chandrasonic howling over the lunging bass of Dr Das.
Tossing off a 1978 show of Etienne Jules Marey's chronophotography, Clair further defined his orientation with "Realismes entre Revolution et Reaction: 1919-1939," 1980, an underscoring of figurative currents stemming from the Italy and Germany of the period.
The trailers, each 30- to 40-seconds long, will screen before every movie at the festival and feature absurd characters tossing off the shackles of "The Man" and striking out on their own.
Pamela Armstrong was a phenomenal Elvira, tossing off roulades, delicious trills and excitingly well-placed high notes, while retaining necessary tenderness.
Like a guy you'd meet in a bar, Moran rambles through his monologue, tossing off zinger after zinger and not seeming to remember what he last said.
Perhaps the most long-limbed men in classical ballet, the Cubans have feet as beautifully articulate as the women's, and watching them effortlessly tossing off the few tours de force in the first act's harvest celebration, it's clear they're capable of much more.
The shifts between talk and music, shifts that given the band's precision timing you don't have to notice, merely take a conversation to another level; the burr in Love's voice is the same whether she's insulting someone, negotiating the careful steps of her time-stopping "Asking for It," or tossing off half of "Hungry like the Wolf.
The infamous Dungeon Scene ends with a demanding passage that is the downfall of most tenors, but Margison--whose English diction is outstanding--never misses a beat, tossing off the technical difficulties with considerable ease and aplomb.
He said he felt ``great'' Sunday and will resume tossing off a mound as soon as today.
Y ahora me voy con mi mare (And now I go with my mother), a seven-part suite loosely concerned with the inconstant nature of love, the men (Adrian Sanchez, Julian Martin, and Jose Barrios) still had all the fun--playfully tossing off ricocheting compas (rhythms) with marksman-like precision in joyous alegrias and the fast, furiously high-spirited bulerias of Ortega's hometown, Jerez de la Frontera, one of the cradles of flamenco in Southern Spain.
As Hitler, Goering, and Goebbels appeared in Heartfield's collages--shouting and preening, mocked and tossing off mockery like spittle--they were not art subjects, not then and not now.
Tenor Eric Shaw gave the most impressive performance of the evening as a golden-toned Almaviva, tossing off beautifully controlled runs.