throw


throw
Synonyms and related words:
abandon, addle, agitate, amaze, apply, assume, baffle, bake, bamboozle, be confined, be sick, bear, bear a child, bear young, beat, bend, bewilder, blow, blow down, blow over, boggle, bounce, bowl, bowl down, bowl over, bring down, bring forth, bring forward, bring out, bring up, buck off, buckle down, buffalo, bug, bulldog, bung, calve, cast, cast at, cast down, cast off, catapult, change of pace, change-up, chop down, chuck, chuck at, chuck out, chunk, clap, confound, confuse, conquer, convulse, crap, craps, curve, cut down, dart, dash, dash down, daze, deceive, deck, decoy, desert, devote, diffuse, ding, direct, discard, discombobulate, discompose, disconcert, disgorge, dismay, dispense with, dispose of, disseminate, distract, disturb, ditch, divert, down, downcurve, draw on, drive, drop, dumbfound, dump, eject, embroil, emit, evict, exercise, expel, farrow, fastball, fawn, fell, fetch down, fire, fire at, flick, fling, fling at, fling off, flip, floor, flummox, foal, force out, forgo, fork, forsake, forward pass, fritter away, fuddle, get, get on, get rid of, give, give birth, give off, give out, give up, glaze, ground, have, have a baby, have young, heave, heave at, hew down, hurdle, hurl, hurl against, hurl at, hurtle, impel, incurve, jerk, jettison, jilt, keep in suspense, kitten, knock down, knock over, knuckleball, labor, lamb, lance, lateral, lateral pass, launch, lay level, lay low, lay out, leave, let fly, let fly at, level, lick, lie in, lift, litter, lob, lose, master, maze, misdirect, misguide, mislead, mold, mow down, muddle, mystify, natural, nick, nonplus, outcurve, overthrow, overturn, pass, peg, pelt, perplex, perturb, pitch, pitchfork, plank, plop, plump, plunk, ply, pot, precipitate, project, propel, prostrate, psych, puke, pull down, pup, push, put, put forth, put off, put on, put out, put the shot, puzzle, quit, radiate, rase, raze, regurgitate, reject, relinquish, renounce, repudiate, resign, reveal, roll, scrap, screwball, send, send forth, send headlong, serve, service, shake off, shape, shed, shoot, shot, shot-put, shove, shy, shy at, sinker, slap, slider, sling, sling at, slip on, snap, spitball, spitter, spook, spread-eagle, squander, stick, stump, supinate, surmount, take down, throw at, throw away, throw down, throw into confusion, throw off, throw out, throw over, throw up, thrust, tilt, topple, toss, toss at, trash, travail, trip, trouble, tumble, turn, turn a pot, unhorse, unnerve, unseat, unsettle, upcurve, upset, vomit, waste, whack down, whelp, wield, yean|

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • Throw — Throw, v. t. [imp. {Threw} (thr[udd]); p. p. {Thrown} (thr[=o]n); p. pr. & vb. n. {Throwing}.] [OE. [thorn]rowen, [thorn]rawen, to throw, to twist, AS. [thorn]r[=a]wan to twist, to whirl; akin to D. draaijen, G. drehen, OHG. dr[=a]jan, L. terebra …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • throw — [θrəʊ ǁ θroʊ] verb threw PASTTENSE [θruː] thrown PASTPART [θrəʊn ǁ θroʊn] [transitive] 1. throw money at to try to solve a problem by spending a lot of money, without really thinking about the problem: • There is no point throwing money at the… …   Financial and business terms

  • throw — [thrō] vt. threw, thrown, throwing [ME throwen, to twist, wring, hurl < OE thrawan, to throw, twist, akin to Ger drehen, to twist, turn < IE base * ter , to rub, rub with turning motion, bore > THRASH, THREAD, Gr teirein, L terere, to… …   English World dictionary

  • throw — ► VERB (past threw; past part. thrown) 1) propel with force through the air by a rapid movement of the arm and hand. 2) move or put into place quickly, hurriedly, or roughly. 3) project, direct, or cast (light, an expression, etc.) in a… …   English terms dictionary

  • throw on — To put on hastily • • • Main Entry: ↑throw * * * ˌthrow ˈon [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they throw on he/she/it throws on …   Useful english dictionary

  • Throw — Throw, n. 1. The act of hurling or flinging; a driving or propelling from the hand or an engine; a cast. [1913 Webster] He heaved a stone, and, rising to the throw, He sent it in a whirlwind at the foe. Addison. [1913 Webster] 2. A stroke; a blow …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • throw — throw, cast, fling, hurl, pitch, toss, sling can all mean to cause to move swiftly forward, sideways, upward, or downward by a propulsive movement (as of the arm) or by means of a propelling instrument or agency. Throw, the general word, is often …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • throw — throw; over·throw·al; throw·er; throw·ster; ca ·throw; …   English syllables

  • throw up — {v.} 1. {informal} or {slang}[heave up]. To vomit. * /The heat made him feel sick and he thought he would throw up./ * /He took the medicine but threw it up a minute later./ 2. {informal} To quit; leave; let go; give up. * /When she broke their… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • throw up — {v.} 1. {informal} or {slang}[heave up]. To vomit. * /The heat made him feel sick and he thought he would throw up./ * /He took the medicine but threw it up a minute later./ 2. {informal} To quit; leave; let go; give up. * /When she broke their… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Throw — Throw, v. i. To perform the act of throwing or casting; to cast; specifically, to cast dice. [1913 Webster] {To throw about}, to cast about; to try expedients. [R.] [1913 Webster] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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