fling


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Synonyms for fling

Synonyms for fling

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

a period of uncontrolled self-indulgence

a brief trial

Synonyms for fling

a usually brief attempt

a brief indulgence of your impulses

the act of flinging

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throw with force or recklessness

move in an abrupt or headlong manner

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indulge oneself

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10Years Intermediate Fling: 1st Hannah Buxel; 2nd Georgia Ferguson; 3rd Elise Loughlin.
However, while it may seem like a bit of harmless fun at the time, a summer fling doesn't tend to leave women feeling particularly romantic the morning after as 69% also say they've wanted to make a quick exit after a one-night stand, employing many tactics to get away.
Michael Fling has had a long and distinguished career as a music librarian and has deservedly developed a reputation as a (within the USA even "the") specialist in collection development and acquisitions for music.
Since switching to Williams' Ross-on-Wye stables Lively Fling has had one run, a fair third over hurdles at Bangor.
"Integrating 2-Row and Caramel malts to provide balance, Fling is punctuated with a slight hoppy bite thanks to an experimental Cascade/Fuggle hybrid hop, as well as Nugget and Willamette.
Available in milk chocolate, dark chocolate and hazelnut, each Fling finger contains a delicate truffle sitting on a crisp layer of meringue enrobed in chocolate.
And before that he'd had a saucy one-night fling with a third stewardess at SIR RICHARD BRANSON's airline.
YOU can have a final fling for free at Haydock Park for the last meeting of the year on Monday, December 29.
Philip Hobbs, trainer of last week's Smurfit Champion Hurdle winner Rooster Booster, can bag another success with Native Fling in the Elizabeth Finn Trust Handicap Chase.
The Last Fling Chase might have offered little more than pounds 6,000 to the winner, but Hemmings was a very happy man to see his colours carried successfully by Tonoco in the inaugural running of a race designed to honour the exploits of one of his former stars.
Dowsing, ridden by Pat Eddery and trained by Jeremy Tree, got the better of Silver Fling by a head in the Vernons Sprint Cup at Haydock Park.
But if Adam gets Cold Feet at the thought of a final fling - what about the rest of us?
One of the dances I saw had its origins in the nearby Highlands and depicted a deer leaping over rocky hills, thus becoming a "Highland fling." Hebridean dancing, however, has a distinct quality of loose control that is evident in the distribution of weight, the speed and direction of traveling, the tight elbows, even the straight spine and forward presentation.
Visitors to this year's Spring Fling artists will have the chance to learn a host of skills including painting and illustration, textile design, printmaking and pottery.
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