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Definitions of throw:

part of speech: present participle

Throwing.

part of speech: noun

THROWER.

part of speech: verb

To send to a distance by flinging or casting, as from the hand; to whirl; in the silk manufacture, to unite and twist by whirling; to toss; to cast; to put or place carelessly; to overturn or prostrate, as in wrestling; to perform the act of hurling or casting.

part of speech: noun

The act of flinging or hurling; a cast of dice; a venture; the distance an object can be hurled; as, within a stone's throw; stroke, as of a slide valve; a piece of drapery for the back of a chair, etc.

part of speech: noun

The act of hurling or flinging; a driving or propeling, as from the hand or flinging; a driving or propelling, as from the hand or from an engine; a cast, as of dice; the distance to which a thing is or may be thrown, as a stone's- throw; a stroke.

part of speech: past tense

Threw.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To cast or hurl: to cast dice:- pa. t. threw; pa. p. thrown.

part of speech: verb transitive

To fling or hurl; cast to a distance; cast in any manner, as a ball or dice; to unseat or upset; to lay flat, as in wrestling; put onm hastily, as clothing; to spin, as filaments of silk, into thread.

part of speech: verb transitive

To hurl: to fling: to wind or twist together, as yarn: to form on a wheel, as pottery: to venture at dice: to put off: to put on or spread carelessly: to cast down in wrestling.

part of speech: past participle

Thrown.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To cast an object to a distance by force; fling.

part of speech: noun

The act of throwing: a cast, esp. of dice: the distance to which anything may be thrown: a violent effort.

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