hurl

  • 41hurl — I. v. a. 1. Throw, fling, cast, pitch, send, sling, throw violently, send whirling, send whizzing. 2. Utter violently, fulminate, thunder. II. n. 1. Throw, cast, fling. 2. Tumult, commotion, turmoil, confusion, bustle, disturbance, hurly burly,… …

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  • 42hurl — Verb. To vomit. Onomatopoeic as much as very descriptive of the uncontrollable force of vomiting …

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  • 43hurl — v 1. cast, throw, toss, dart, shy, chuck, pitch; dash, sling, let fly, send, launch; fling, flirt, heave, jerk, cant, shoot, fire; propel, project, jaculate, catapult. 2. lash out, fling out, fulminate, explode, blast, bellow, blare, thunder… …

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  • 44hurl — verb Syn: throw, toss, fling, launch, pitch, cast, lob; informal chuck, sling, bung …

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  • 45hurl — [hɜːl] verb [T] 1) to throw something using a lot of force 2) to direct angry remarks or criticism at someone The fans began hurling abuse at each other.[/ex] …

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  • 46hurl — /hɜl / (say herl) verb (t) 1. to drive or throw with great force. 2. to throw down; overthrow. 3. to utter with vehemence. –verb (i) 4. to throw a missile. 5. Colloquial to vomit. –noun 6. a forcible or violent throw; a fling. 7. Colloquial the… …

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  • 47hurl — v. throw up; vomit …

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  • 48hurl — v. & n. v. 1 tr. throw with great force. 2 tr. utter (abuse etc.) vehemently. 3 intr. play hurling. n. 1 a forceful throw. 2 the act of hurling. Etymology: ME, prob. imit., but corresp. in form and partly in sense with LG hurreln …

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  • 49Hurl Rock Motel — (Миртл Бич,США) Категория отеля: 2 звездочный отель Адрес: 2010 South Ocean Boulevar …

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  • 50hurl|y-burl|y — «HUR lee BUR lee», noun, plural burl|ies, adjective. –n. disorder and noise; tumult; confusion: »One can get used to anything in life even to the hurly burly of New York (Atlantic). SYNONYM(S): hubbub, commotion. –adj. disorderly and noisy; …

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  • 51Hurl Park, Gauteng — Hurl Park is a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is located in Region 3 …

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  • 52Hurl Beechum — Hurl Luther Beechum III (Des Moines, Iowa, 2 de mayo de 1973) es un ex jugador de baloncesto profesional de nacionalidad estadounidense y pasaporte alemán. Con 1,96 metros de altura ocupaba la posición de alero. Trayectoria Tras jugar un año en… …

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  • 53hurl defiance at — index challenge Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 54hurl headlong — index precipitate (throw down violently) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 55hurl|ing — «HUR lihng», noun. a game similar to field hockey, played in Ireland …

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  • 56hurl-bone — a late var. whirl bone …

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  • 57Hurl Beechum — Spielerinformationen Voller Name Hurl Luther III. Beechum Geburtstag 2. Mai 1973 Geburtsort Des …

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  • 58hurl a brickbat — Synonyms and related words: affront, call names, dishonor, disoblige, dump on, fleer at, flout, gibe at, give offense to, humiliate, insult, jeer at, jibe at, mock, offend, outrage, put down, scoff at, taunt, treat with indignity …

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  • 59HURL GATE —    See HELL GATE …

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  • 60hurl a stun grenade — throw a stun grenade (type of explosive) …

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