Definition of Flung:
throw with abandon
Synonyms of Flung:
● Let fly
Sentence/Example of Flung:
This far-flung and desperate effort, though, needed to proceed even as the Capitol was under siege.
Although now far-flung, the continents were once joined together as a supercontinent Wegener dubbed Pangaea, or “all-Earth.”
For my brother Lindo, back in the ’90s, it meant throwing a fist to protect Mami against our stepfather, only to find himself flung to the streets.
Three years ago, Iman Haggag was a housewife with two kids and a seemingly far-flung dream
Becraft’s technology could make it easier to inoculate people in poorer, far-flung places.
Buy the bookFor a full year after graduating from Rice University, elite runner Becky Wade traveled the world immersing herself in far-flung running cultures, thanks to a Watson Fellowship.
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In turn, such fads have spurred counterinitiatives, like the five-mile-radius challenge, which encourages birders to enjoy birds in local areas rather than seeking them out in far-flung places.
The mystery of the far-flung young stars has persisted for some time.
I also plan to call several other friends and family members in far-flung places, say “happy Thanksgiving” and tell them why I am thankful for them.