throw off


throw off
Synonyms and related words:
abandon, abrupt, ad-lib, addle, alienate, articulate, ball up, bat out, befuddle, bewilder, blow, botch, break the habit, breathe, breathe out, buck off, bungle, cast, cast off, cast out, chime, chorus, clear, come out with, communicate, convey, cook up, cut adrift, cut off, cut out, dash off, delete, deliver, depart, depose, deracinate, disarticulate, disclose, disconnect, discontinue, disengage, disgorge, disjoin, disjoint, dislodge, dismount, dispel, dissociate, distract, disunite, divide, divorce, dizzy, do anyhow, do away with, do by halves, do carelessly, do offhand, doff, douse, drop, eject, eliminate, emit, enunciate, escape, estrange, evacuate, exhale, exhaust, expel, expire, express, extemporize, exterminate, exuviate, fake, fake up, fling off, fluster, formulate, fudge up, fume, get clear of, get free of, get out of, get quit of, get rid of, give, give expression, give off, give out, give out with, give tongue, give up, give utterance, give vent to, give voice, impart, improvisate, improvise, isolate, issue, jury-rig, kick, knock off, knock out, knock together, lash up, leave, leave off, let out, lip, liquidate, lose, make up, mix up, molt, open the floodgates, open the sluices, out with, part, patch, patch together, patch up, phonate, phrase, play by ear, pound out, pour forth, present, pronounce, puff, pull away, pull back, pull out, purge, put forth, put in words, put off, raise, reek, release, remove, rid, root out, root up, rough out, roughcast, roughhew, say, scrap the plan, segregate, separate, sequester, set apart, set aside, set forth, shake, shake off, shed, shoo, shut off, slap up, slip, slip out of, slough, smoke, sound, split, stand aloof, stand apart, stand aside, steam, step aside, step out of, stop, strike off, subtract, swear off, take off, tell, throw away, throw out, throw together, toss off, toss out, toss together, trifle with, unburden, uncouple, undo, unhorse, unplace, unsaddle, unseat, unwrap, unyoke, uproot, utter, vamp, vapor, vent, verbalize, vocalize, voice, whip up, whisper, whomp up, wing it, withdraw, word

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • throw off — index abandon (relinquish), dispel, emit, repel (drive back) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

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  • throw off — {v.} 1. To get free from. * /He was healthy enough to throw off his cold easily./ Compare: RID OF. 2. To mislead; confuse; fool. * /They went by a different route to throw the hostile bandits off their track./ 3. To produce easily or as if… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • throw off — {v.} 1. To get free from. * /He was healthy enough to throw off his cold easily./ Compare: RID OF. 2. To mislead; confuse; fool. * /They went by a different route to throw the hostile bandits off their track./ 3. To produce easily or as if… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • throw\ off — v 1. To get free from. He was healthy enough to throw off his cold easily. Compare: rid of 2. To mislead; confuse; fool. They went by a different route to throw the hostile bandits off their track. 3. To produce easily or as if without effort.… …   Словарь американских идиом