toss out


toss out
Synonyms and related words:
ad-lib, bat out, boot out, botch, bounce, bungle, cast, cast out, chuck out, cook up, dash off, defenestrate, detrude, discard, discharge, do anyhow, do by halves, do carelessly, do offhand, eject, exclude, expel, extemporize, extrude, fake, fake up, fudge up, give the hook, heave out, improvisate, improvise, jettison, junk, jury-rig, kick downstairs, kick out, knock off, knock out, knock together, lash up, make up, obtrude, oust, patch, patch together, patch up, play by ear, pound out, put out, reject, remove, rough out, roughcast, roughhew, scrap the plan, slap up, strike off, throw away, throw off, throw out, throw overboard, throw together, thrust out, toss off, toss together, trifle with, turn out, vamp, whip up, whomp up, wing it

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