Throw [verb]

Definition of Throw:

propel something through the air

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Sentence/Example of Throw:

Then he called for his servants and ordered them to throw the coffin into the Nile.

In a moment, by one word, I can throw you back into the slough from whence I dragged you.

Take my bridle off the wall, you, Jeff, and throw it at my feet.

She shivered a little; then tossed her head as if to throw off the disturbing thoughts.

He said, 'Throw your handkerchief to whichever of us you love.'

He will throw himself into Clarissa's presence in the woodhouse.

Once he was about to throw open the door and try the effect of a surprise attack.

And this idea of restraint was preying upon him, and he could not throw it off.

I can throw him in the gutter as easy as I could them young ones, and he knows it.

Throw it over your shoulders, that you may have at least one dry garment.