Definition of Hurling:
Synonyms of Hurling:
● Let fly
Sentence/Example of Hurling:
In front of him the great locomotive snorted up the climbing track, hurling clouds of sparks aloft.
He now fought bravely at the head of his men, cheering them on and hurling hand-grenades at the foe.
Unconscious of the curses that the party were mentally hurling at them, the meddlers' sole purpose was to make "Little Ross" mad.
All the while the cannon are roaring, hurling solid shot and shell into the doomed city.
Here were two new griefs hurling themselves in over the wires all in the same quarter-hour, besides the one I had up my sleeve.
But the broken frame was heavy, and was at the mercy of the waves, which were incessantly hurling it forward and withdrawing it.
I came within an ace of hurling those cursed pies through the window at them.
On the 18th, Gen. Grant made his final and desperate attack, by hurling division after division against our lines.
He also succeeded in unhorsing Coates, by hurling, with great dexterity, the empty pistol at his head.
She quickly verified her words by hurling an immense piece of rock upon the "sow," crushing both it and its occupants to pieces.