fling definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To put with assault: flung the meal resistant to the wall. See Synonyms at place.
    • to place or send unexpectedly or unexpectedly: soldiers that were flung into fight.
    • To toss (oneself) into an activity with abandon and energy.
    • To restarted; discard: fling propriety away.
    • To toss with violence: flung the meal up against the wall surface. See Synonyms at place.
    • To put or deliver abruptly or unexpectedly: soldiers that have been flung into fight.
    • To put (oneself) into a task with abandon and power.
    • To cast aside; discard: fling propriety away.
    • To cast, deliver, to throw from hand; to hurl; to dart; to produce with physical violence like thrown through the hand.
    • To lose forth; to give off; to scatter.
    • To throw; to hurl; to throw-off or down; to prostrate; ergo, to baffle; to conquer.
    • To throw, send, to put from hand; to hurl; to dart; to produce with violence as though tossed through the hand.
    • To drop forth; to emit; to scatter.
    • To put; to hurl; to throw-off or down; to prostrate; thus, to baffle; to beat.
    • To throw with assault: flung the meal against the wall. See Synonyms at place.
    • To put or deliver suddenly or unexpectedly: troops that have been flung into fight.
    • To throw (oneself) into a task with abandon and energy.
    • To cast aside; discard: fling propriety away.
    • To toss with violence: flung the dish against the wall. See Synonyms at throw.
    • to place or deliver abruptly or unexpectedly: soldiers which were flung into struggle.
    • To throw with violence: flung the dish against the wall surface. See Synonyms at place.
    • To throw (oneself) into a task with abandon and power.
    • To restarted; discard: fling propriety away.
    • To put or send instantly or unexpectedly: soldiers that have been flung into fight.
    • To toss (oneself) into a task with abandon and power.
    • To throw, deliver, to toss from hand; to hurl; to dart; to produce with assault like tossed from the hand.
    • To lose forth; to produce; to scatter.
    • To throw; to hurl; to throw-off or down; to prostrate; therefore, to baffle; to conquer.
    • To restarted; discard: fling propriety away.
    • To put with assault: flung the dish up against the wall. See Synonyms at throw.
    • To put or deliver unexpectedly or unexpectedly: troops which were flung into struggle.
    • To throw, deliver, to toss from hand; to hurl; to dart; to produce with violence as though thrown from the hand.
    • To put (oneself) into an activity with abandon and power.
    • To drop forth; to produce; to scatter.
    • To throw; to hurl; to throw-off or down; to prostrate; for this reason, to baffle; to conquer.
    • To throw, send, to put from hand; to hurl; to dart; to produce with violence as though thrown from hand.
    • To toss with violence: flung the dish from the wall surface. See Synonyms at place.
    • To toss with assault: flung the dish resistant to the wall. See Synonyms at place.
    • To put or deliver abruptly or unexpectedly: troops that have been flung into struggle.
    • To put or send instantly or unexpectedly: troops which were flung into battle.
    • To toss (oneself) into an action with abandon and power.
    • To put aside; discard: fling propriety away.
    • To put (oneself) into an action with abandon and energy.
    • To toss with violence: flung the meal from the wall surface. See Synonyms at throw.
    • To cast aside; discard: fling propriety away.
    • To throw with physical violence: flung the meal from the wall. See Synonyms at place.
    • To shed forth; to emit; to scatter.
    • To toss with physical violence: flung the meal from the wall surface. See Synonyms at throw.
    • To restarted; discard: fling propriety away.
    • to place or send out of the blue or unexpectedly: troops that have been flung into battle.
    • To put; to hurl; to throw off or down; to prostrate; ergo, to baffle; to conquer.
    • To put or deliver suddenly or unexpectedly: troops which were flung into struggle.
    • To put or deliver abruptly or unexpectedly: troops that have been flung into struggle.
    • To put (oneself) into a task with abandon and energy.
    • To toss (oneself) into an activity with abandon and energy.
    • To restarted; discard: fling propriety away.
    • To throw (oneself) into an activity with abandon and power.
    • To restarted; discard: fling propriety away.
    • To put aside; discard: fling propriety away.
    • To throw, send, to throw from hand; to hurl; to dart; to give off with violence just as if thrown through the hand.
    • To cast, send, to put through the hand; to hurl; to dart; to produce with violence as if tossed from hand.
    • To drop forth; to produce; to scatter.
    • To shed forth; to produce; to scatter.
    • To put; to hurl; to throw off or down; to prostrate; for this reason, to baffle; to defeat.
    • To throw, send, to toss through the hand; to hurl; to dart; to give off with assault as if thrown through the hand.
    • To throw, deliver, to put from the hand; to hurl; to dart; to give off with violence just as if thrown from hand.
    • To drop forth; to emit; to scatter.
    • To lose forth; to emit; to scatter.
    • To put; to hurl; to throw off or down; to prostrate; thus, to baffle; to beat.
    • To throw; to hurl; to throw-off or down; to prostrate; thus, to baffle; to defeat.
    • To throw, deliver, to throw from the hand; to hurl; to dart; to emit with physical violence just as if tossed from the hand.
    • To lose forth; to emit; to scatter.
    • To toss; to hurl; to throw off or down; to prostrate; thus, to baffle; to conquer.
    • To toss; to hurl; to throw off or down; to prostrate; for this reason, to baffle; to beat.
    • To throw, send, to throw through the hand; to hurl; to dart; to produce with violence as if thrown from hand.
    • To shed forth; to produce; to scatter.
    • To put; to hurl; to throw off or down; to prostrate; therefore, to baffle; to beat.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to go quickly, violently, or impulsively.
    • to maneuver rapidly, violently, or impulsively.
    • To toss; to wince; to flounce.
    • To throw in teeth; to complete abusive language; to sneer.
    • To throw your self in a violent or hasty way; to hurry or spring with physical violence or haste.
    • To toss; to wince; to flounce.
    • To throw in teeth; to utter abusive language; to sneer.
    • To put your self in a violent or hasty fashion; to hurry or spring with assault or haste.
    • To move quickly, violently, or impulsively.
    • To move quickly, violently, or impulsively.
    • To put; to wince; to flounce.
    • To cast within the teeth; to complete abusive language; to sneer.
    • To throw a person's self in a violent or hasty manner; to rush or spring with violence or haste.
    • to maneuver rapidly, violently, or impulsively.
    • To toss; to wince; to flounce.
    • To cast inside teeth; to utter abusive language; to sneer.
    • To toss your self in a violent or hasty manner; to rush or spring with assault or haste.
    • To move rapidly, violently, or impulsively.
    • to maneuver quickly, violently, or impulsively.
    • To move quickly, violently, or impulsively.
    • To throw; to wince; to flounce.
    • To throw within the teeth; to utter abusive language; to sneer.
    • to go rapidly, violently, or impulsively.
    • to maneuver rapidly, violently, or impulsively.
    • To toss one's self in a violent or hasty manner; to rush or spring with assault or haste.
    • To move quickly, violently, or impulsively.
    • To toss; to wince; to flounce.
    • To cast into the teeth; to complete abusive language; to sneer.
    • To toss; to wince; to flounce.
    • To cast in teeth; to utter abusive language; to sneer.
    • To put your self in a violent or hasty fashion; to rush or spring with physical violence or haste.
    • To throw; to wince; to flounce.
    • To throw into the teeth; to total abusive language; to sneer.
    • To throw; to wince; to flounce.
    • To put a person's self in a violent or hasty manner; to hurry or spring with violence or haste.
    • To throw; to wince; to flounce.
    • To cast in the teeth; to complete abusive language; to sneer.
    • To put one's self in a violent or hasty way; to rush or spring with violence or haste.
    • To cast into the teeth; to total abusive language; to sneer.
    • To throw your self in a violent or hasty fashion; to hurry or spring with physical violence or haste.
    • To toss a person's self in a violent or hasty fashion; to hurry or spring with physical violence or haste.
    • To toss; to wince; to flounce.
    • To cast into the teeth; to total abusive language; to sneer.
    • To toss your self in a violent or hasty fashion; to rush or spring with violence or haste.
  • noun:
    • The act of flinging.
    • a short span of indulging your impulses. See Synonyms at binge.
    • casual A usually brief effort or work: You take a fling at it.
    • a quick sexual or romantic relationship.
    • Short, often intimate commitment.
    • An act of unrestrained indulgence.
    • An act of putting, frequently violently.
    • An act of going the limbs or human body with violent motions, particularly in a-dance.
    • an endeavor, a try (as with "give it a fling").
    • The act of flinging.
    • A brief period of indulging your impulses. See Synonyms at binge.
    • Informal A usually brief effort or effort: you are taking a fling at it.
    • a short sexual or partnership.
    • Short, usually sexual relationship.
    • An act of unrestrained indulgence.
    • An act of tossing, often violently.
    • An act of going the limbs or human anatomy with violent motions, especially in a-dance.
    • An attempt, a-try (such as "give it a fling").
    • A cast from the hand; a throw; also, a flounce; a kick.
    • A cast through the hand; a throw; additionally, a flounce; a kick.
    • A severe or contemptuous remark; an expression of sarcastic scorn; a gibe; a sarcasm.
    • a type of dance.
    • A trifing matter; an object of contempt.
    • a short period when one indulges a person's wishes, whims, or desires in an unrestrained way.
    • a love event.
    • a casual or brief make an effort to accomplish something.
    • A severe or contemptuous comment; a manifestation of sarcastic scorn; a gibe; a sarcasm.
    • an interval when one tries an innovative new task.
    • a type of dance.
    • A trifing matter; an object of contempt.
    • a short span during which one indulges your wishes, whims, or needs in an unrestrained way.
    • a love event.
    • an informal or brief make an effort to accomplish something.
    • an interval where one tries a fresh task.
    • A throw; a cast through the hand.
    • Entire freedom of action; crazy dash into enjoyment, adventure, or pleasure of any sort; satisfaction of enjoyment to the full extent of your respective opportunities.
    • A lively Scotch country-dance; a reel or hornpipe, particularly for the type called the Highland fling, generally danced by one individual.
    • A gibe; a sneer; a sarcasm; a severe or contemptuous remark.
    • A throw; a cast through the hand.
    • A slight, trifling matter: inside following proverb:
    • Entire freedom of activity; wild dash into enjoyment, adventure, or excitement of any sort; satisfaction of pleasure fully extent of your options.
    • A lively Scotch country-dance; a reel or hornpipe, especially regarding the sort labeled as the Highland fling, usually danced by anyone.
    • an abrupt or fast throwing; a whipping activity; a sidewise movement with respect to the main way of movement: as, the fling of a connecting-rod.
    • A gibe; a sneer; a sarcasm; a severe or contemptuous comment.
    • hook, trifling matter: in the after proverb:
    • a rapid or fast throwing; a whipping action; a sidewise motion with regards to the major direction of movement: because, the fling of a connecting-rod.
    • the act of flinging
    • a usually brief effort
    • a quick indulgence of one's impulses
    • the work of flinging
    • a usually brief effort
    • a quick indulgence of impulses
    • The act of flinging.
    • a short time of indulging one's impulses. See Synonyms at binge.
    • casual A usually brief effort or effort: You take a fling at it.
    • a short intimate or romantic relationship.
    • brief, frequently intimate relationship.
    • An act of unrestrained indulgence.
    • An act of tossing, often violently.
    • An act of going the limbs or human body with violent moves, especially in a-dance.
    • An attempt, a go (as with "give it a fling").
    • The work of flinging.
    • a short span of indulging an individual's impulses. See Synonyms at binge.
    • casual A usually brief attempt or effort: you are taking a fling at it.
    • a short sexual or romantic relationship.
    • Short, frequently intimate relationship.
    • An act of unrestrained indulgence.
    • An act of throwing, usually violently.
    • An act of moving the limbs or human body with violent movements, particularly in a-dance.
    • an endeavor, a try (as with "give it a fling").
    • A cast from hand; a throw; also, a flounce; a kick.
    • The work of flinging.
    • A severe or contemptuous remark; a manifestation of sarcastic scorn; a gibe; a sarcasm.
    • a short period of indulging one's impulses. See Synonyms at binge.
    • Informal A usually brief attempt or effort: You take a fling at it.
    • a short intimate or partnership.
    • brief, often sexual relationship.
    • An act of unrestrained indulgence.
    • An act of throwing, frequently violently.
    • A cast through the hand; a throw; also, a flounce; a kick.
    • An act of moving the limbs or human body with violent motions, particularly in a dance.
    • A severe or contemptuous remark; an expression of sarcastic scorn; a gibe; a sarcasm.
    • An attempt, a try (such as "give it a fling").
    • A kind of party.
    • A trifing matter; an object of contempt.
    • a brief period where one indulges one's wishes, whims, or desires in an unrestrained fashion.
    • a love affair.
    • an informal or brief try to accomplish one thing.
    • a period when one tries a brand new task.
    • A kind of party.
    • The work of flinging.
    • A trifing matter; an object of contempt.
    • A brief period of indulging an individual's impulses. See Synonyms at binge.
    • a short period when one indulges one's wishes, whims, or needs in an unrestrained way.
    • The act of flinging.
    • The work of flinging.
    • a love affair.
    • Informal A usually brief attempt or energy: You take a fling at it.
    • A brief period of indulging a person's impulses. See Synonyms at binge.
    • a short time of indulging a person's impulses. See Synonyms at binge.
    • a short intimate or partnership.
    • a laid-back or brief try to achieve anything.
    • Informal A usually brief effort or effort: you are taking a fling at it.
    • a short intimate or partnership.
    • A throw; a cast through the hand.
    • brief, often sexual relationship.
    • casual A usually brief effort or effort: You take a fling at it.
    • The work of flinging.
    • an interval when one attempts a activity.
    • brief, frequently intimate relationship.
    • An act of unrestrained indulgence.
    • The act of flinging.
    • whole freedom of action; wild dash into pleasure, adventure, or pleasure of any kind; satisfaction of enjoyment fully extent of your options.
    • A brief period of indulging one's impulses. See Synonyms at binge.
    • a short sexual or connection.
    • An act of unrestrained indulgence.
    • A cast from hand; a throw; in addition, a flounce; a kick.
    • Short, often sexual commitment.
    • A lively Scotch country-dance; a reel or hornpipe, especially of this kind called the Highland fling, often danced by one person.
    • The work of flinging.
    • An act of throwing, often violently.
    • casual A usually brief attempt or effort: You take a fling at it.
    • a short span of indulging an individual's impulses. See Synonyms at binge.
    • A severe or contemptuous remark; a manifestation of sarcastic scorn; a gibe; a sarcasm.
    • An act of putting, usually violently.
    • An act of unrestrained indulgence.
    • A gibe; a sneer; a sarcasm; a severe or contemptuous remark.
    • An act of moving the limbs or body with violent movements, especially in a dance.
    • A brief sexual or romantic relationship.
    • hook, trifling matter: when you look at the after proverb:
    • An act of tossing, frequently violently.
    • An act of moving the limbs or human anatomy with violent movements, particularly in a-dance.
    • Informal A usually brief effort or effort: You take a fling at it.
    • a short span of indulging an individual's impulses. See Synonyms at binge.
    • A kind of party.
    • Short, often sexual relationship.
    • an endeavor, a go (as with "give it a fling").
    • An act of moving the limbs or body with violent moves, especially in a-dance.
    • A sudden or quick throwing; a whipping action; a sidewise motion with regards to the principal course of movement: as, the fling of a connecting-rod.
    • a quick sexual or romantic relationship.
    • An act of unrestrained indulgence.
    • A trifing matter; an object of contempt.
    • An attempt, a go (like in "give it a fling").
    • Informal A usually brief attempt or effort: You take a fling at it.
    • a short sexual or connection.
    • a brief period during which one indulges an individual's wishes, whims, or desires in an unrestrained manner.
    • An act of tossing, frequently violently.
    • brief, often sexual relationship.
    • brief, often intimate relationship.
    • a love affair.
    • An act of unrestrained indulgence.
    • An attempt, a-try (as in "give it a fling").
    • An act of unrestrained indulgence.
    • An act of moving the limbs or human body with violent moves, particularly in a-dance.
    • a laid-back or brief make an effort to achieve some thing.
    • An attempt, a try (as in "give it a fling").
    • An act of putting, frequently violently.
    • An act of throwing, usually violently.
    • a period of time during which one attempts a new task.
    • the work of flinging
    • An act of going the limbs or human anatomy with violent moves, particularly in a dance.
    • a usually brief effort
    • An act of going the limbs or body with violent motions, particularly in a dance.
    • A throw; a cast through the hand.
    • a quick indulgence of one's impulses
    • an effort, an attempt (as in "give it a fling").
    • Entire freedom of action; wild dash into satisfaction, adventure, or excitement of any kind; enjoyment of pleasure fully level of your possibilities.
    • A lively Scotch country-dance; a reel or hornpipe, especially of type called the Highland fling, generally danced by one individual.
    • A gibe; a sneer; a sarcasm; a severe or contemptuous remark.
    • a small, trifling matter: into the following proverb:
    • A cast through the hand; a throw; in addition, a flounce; a kick.
    • A severe or contemptuous remark; an expression of sarcastic scorn; a gibe; a sarcasm.
    • A kind of party.
    • A throw; a cast from hand.
    • A cast from the hand; a throw; also, a flounce; a kick.
    • A trifing matter; an object of contempt.
    • whole freedom of activity; wild dash into enjoyment, adventure, or excitement of any kind; pleasure of enjoyment to the full degree of one's options.
    • A severe or contemptuous remark; an expression of sarcastic scorn; a gibe; a sarcasm.
    • an endeavor, a go (such as "give it a fling").
    • an abrupt or quick throwing; a whipping action; a sidewise motion with regards to the major path of movement: since, the fling of a connecting-rod.
    • A kind of dance.
    • A lively Scotch country-dance; a reel or hornpipe, specially of this sort labeled as the Highland fling, often danced by one individual.
    • a short span when one indulges a person's wishes, whims, or needs in an unrestrained fashion.
    • A trifing matter; an object of contempt.
    • A cast through the hand; a throw; also, a flounce; a kick.
    • a short period during which one indulges one's wishes, whims, or needs in an unrestrained manner.
    • A severe or contemptuous remark; a manifestation of sarcastic scorn; a gibe; a sarcasm.
    • a love affair.
    • A cast through the hand; a throw; also, a flounce; a kick.
    • A gibe; a sneer; a sarcasm; a severe or contemptuous remark.
    • A cast from hand; a throw; also, a flounce; a kick.
    • A severe or contemptuous comment; an expression of sarcastic scorn; a gibe; a sarcasm.
    • a casual or brief attempt to achieve some thing.
    • a small, trifling matter: when you look at the following proverb:
    • a love affair.
    • some sort of dance.
    • some sort of party.
    • an abrupt or rapid throwing; a whipping action; a sidewise movement with regards to the main way of movement: as, the fling of a connecting-rod.
    • a laid-back or brief make an effort to accomplish one thing.
    • a period of time during which one tries a new activity.
    • A trifing matter; an object of contempt.
    • A severe or contemptuous comment; a manifestation of sarcastic scorn; a gibe; a sarcasm.
    • A trifing matter; an object of contempt.
    • A kind of dance.
    • a period of time where one attempts a unique task.
    • a brief period during which one indulges an individual's wishes, whims, or needs in an unrestrained manner.
    • a short span during which one indulges an individual's wishes, whims, or desires in an unrestrained manner.
    • A trifing matter; an object of contempt.
    • the act of flinging
    • a love affair.
    • a short span when one indulges one's desires, whims, or desires in an unrestrained fashion.
    • a love affair.
    • a laid-back or brief attempt to accomplish one thing.
    • a usually brief effort
    • an informal or brief make an effort to accomplish some thing.
    • a love event.
    • A cast through the hand; a throw; additionally, a flounce; a kick.
    • an interval when one tries a new task.
    • a casual or brief attempt to accomplish one thing.
    • a quick indulgence of your impulses
    • a period where one tries a task.
    • an interval when one tries a brand new task.
    • A severe or contemptuous remark; a manifestation of sarcastic scorn; a gibe; a sarcasm.
    • the work of flinging
    • some sort of dance.
    • A throw; a cast from hand.
    • A trifing matter; an object of contempt.
    • a usually brief effort
    • whole freedom of action; crazy dash into satisfaction, adventure, or excitement of any sort; satisfaction of enjoyment fully extent of your respective opportunities.
    • A throw; a cast through the hand.
    • a brief indulgence of impulses
    • a short span during which one indulges an individual's wishes, whims, or desires in an unrestrained fashion.
    • A lively Scotch country-dance; a reel or hornpipe, especially for the kind labeled as the Highland fling, frequently danced by someone.
    • A gibe; a sneer; a sarcasm; a severe or contemptuous remark.
    • a love affair.
    • hook, trifling matter: when you look at the after proverb:
    • a-sudden or fast throwing; a whipping action; a sidewise motion with regards to the main direction of motion: since, the fling of a connecting-rod.
    • A throw; a cast from hand.
    • A throw; a cast from the hand.
    • whole freedom of action; wild dash into pleasure, adventure, or pleasure of any kind; pleasure of pleasure fully level of your respective possibilities.
    • A lively Scotch country-dance; a reel or hornpipe, specifically associated with kind labeled as the Highland fling, generally danced by one individual.
    • Entire freedom of activity; crazy dash into enjoyment, adventure, or excitement of any kind; satisfaction of pleasure fully level of your options.
    • A gibe; a sneer; a sarcasm; a severe or contemptuous comment.
    • A lively Scotch country-dance; a reel or hornpipe, especially associated with the kind labeled as the Highland fling, frequently danced by one person.
    • a small, trifling matter: into the following proverb:
    • A gibe; a sneer; a sarcasm; a severe or contemptuous remark.
    • the act of flinging
    • A sudden or rapid throwing; a whipping action; a sidewise movement with respect to the major path of movement: as, the fling of a connecting-rod.
    • A slight, trifling matter: in the after proverb:
    • a usually brief attempt
    • a brief indulgence of one's impulses
    • the act of flinging
    • a usually brief attempt
    • a short indulgence of the impulses
    • whole freedom of activity; wild dash into satisfaction, adventure, or pleasure of any sort; enjoyment of enjoyment to the full degree of one's possibilities.
    • A lively Scotch country-dance; a reel or hornpipe, specially regarding the kind called the Highland fling, typically danced by one person.
    • A gibe; a sneer; a sarcasm; a severe or contemptuous comment.
    • a laid-back or brief attempt to accomplish something.
    • hook, trifling matter: inside after proverb:
    • a period of time during which one attempts an innovative new activity.
    • a rapid or rapid throwing; a whipping action; a sidewise movement with regards to the major path of motion: as, the fling of a connecting-rod.
    • A throw; a cast from the hand.
    • A sudden or rapid throwing; a whipping activity; a sidewise motion with regards to the principal path of motion: because, the fling of a connecting-rod.
    • Entire freedom of action; crazy dash into enjoyment, adventure, or pleasure of any sort; pleasure of enjoyment to the full level of your possibilities.
    • A lively Scotch country-dance; a reel or hornpipe, specially of the kind called the Highland fling, frequently danced by anyone.
    • A gibe; a sneer; a sarcasm; a severe or contemptuous remark.
    • the act of flinging
    • A slight, trifling matter: in following proverb:
    • a usually brief attempt
    • the act of flinging
    • a brief indulgence of impulses
    • a usually brief attempt
    • a short indulgence of impulses
    • an abrupt or fast throwing; a whipping activity; a sidewise motion with regards to the main course of motion: as, the fling of a connecting-rod.
    • A throw; a cast through the hand.
    • whole freedom of action; crazy dash into satisfaction, adventure, or excitement of any kind; satisfaction of pleasure to the full level of your respective options.
    • the work of flinging
    • A lively Scotch country-dance; a reel or hornpipe, specifically associated with sort called the Highland fling, typically danced by anyone.
    • A gibe; a sneer; a sarcasm; a severe or contemptuous comment.
    • A slight, trifling matter: within the following proverb:
    • a rapid or quick throwing; a whipping activity; a sidewise movement according to the major course of motion: because, the fling of a connecting-rod.
    • the work of flinging
    • a usually brief attempt
    • a usually brief effort
    • a short indulgence of your impulses
    • a quick indulgence of the impulses
  • verb:
    • To put with violence or fast movement; to hurl.
    • To put with physical violence or quick activity; to hurl.
    • indulge yourself
    • move in an abrupt or headlong way
    • throw with power or recklessness
    • toss or cast away
    • indulge yourself
    • move around in an abrupt or headlong way
    • throw with power or recklessness
    • place or cast away
    • To toss with physical violence or fast motion; to hurl.
    • To put with physical violence or quick movement; to hurl.
    • To put with assault or quick action; to hurl.
    • To toss with physical violence or quick movement; to hurl.
    • indulge yourself
    • To throw with physical violence or quick action; to hurl.
    • move in an abrupt or headlong fashion
    • throw with power or recklessness
    • place or cast away
    • To throw with physical violence or fast activity; to hurl.
    • To put with physical violence or fast action; to hurl.
    • To throw with violence or fast motion; to hurl.
    • indulge oneself
    • To toss with physical violence or fast activity; to hurl.
    • move in an abrupt or headlong way
    • toss with force or recklessness
    • toss or cast away
    • indulge oneself
    • relocate an abrupt or headlong fashion
    • throw with power or recklessness
    • throw or cast away
    • indulge oneself
    • move around in an abrupt or headlong manner
    • throw with force or recklessness
    • throw or cast away
    • indulge oneself
    • move around in an abrupt or headlong way
    • throw with force or recklessness
    • throw or cast away
    • indulge yourself
    • move in an abrupt or headlong manner
    • indulge yourself
    • place with power or recklessness
    • relocate an abrupt or headlong fashion
    • throw or cast away
    • throw with power or recklessness
    • throw or cast away
    • indulge oneself
    • move in an abrupt or headlong fashion
    • throw with force or recklessness
    • throw or cast away
    • indulge oneself
    • move around in an abrupt or headlong manner
    • toss with force or recklessness
    • toss or cast away
  • others:
    • To toss, cast, or hurl; specifically, to toss with force, violence, or swiftness, with ardor, vehemence, disdain, impatience, or indifference: because, the waves flung the ship upon the stones; his antagonist flung him towards the floor; to fling a sarcasm at an opponent; they flung on their own suddenly upon the opponent; to fling anything to a beggar.
    • To throw apart or off, as an encumbrance.
    • To toss, cast, or hurl; especially, to throw with force, assault, or swiftness, with ardor, vehemence, disdain, impatience, or indifference: as, the waves flung the ship upon the stones; his antagonist flung him into floor; to fling a sarcasm at an opponent; they flung by themselves out of the blue upon the enemy; to fling a cent to a beggar.
    • To put aside or off, as a burden.
    • to eradicate.
    • To act by throwing in some certain means; discharge a missile, or something analogous to a missile.
    • To aim a blow, just like a weapon; let fly.
    • to eliminate.
    • to behave by throwing in some particular method; discharge a missile, or something like that analogous to a missile.
    • To aim a blow, much like a weapon; let fly.
    • To accelerate; fly; rush.
    • to begin away with a rapid motion, like in token of displeasure; rush away in fury.
    • To fly into violent and irregular movements; flounce; throw out the feet violently, as a horse; kick.
    • To hasten; fly; rush.
    • To utter harsh or abusive language; upbraid; sneer: as, she started to flout and fling.
    • to start out away with a-sudden movement, as in token of displeasure; rush away in fury.
    • To fly into violent and unusual motions; flounce; throw out the feet violently, as a horse; kick.
    • To utter harsh or abusive language; upbraid; sneer: as, she began to flout and fling.
    • To put, cast, or hurl; especially, to throw with power, physical violence, or swiftness, with ardor, vehemence, disdain, impatience, or indifference: as, the waves flung the ship upon the stones; their antagonist flung him on surface; to fling a sarcasm at an opponent; they flung by themselves abruptly upon the enemy; to fling anything to a beggar.
    • To put aside or off, as a weight.
    • to eliminate.
    • to do something by throwing-in some particular method; discharge a missile, or something like that analogous to a missile.
    • To aim a blow, just like a weapon; allow fly.
    • To hasten; fly; rush.
    • To start away with a sudden motion, as in token of displeasure; dash away in anger.
    • To fly into violent and unusual movements; flounce; get rid of the feet violently, as a horse; kick.
    • To utter harsh or abusive language; upbraid; sneer: as, she started initially to flout and fling.
    • To toss, cast, or hurl; particularly, to put with power, assault, or swiftness, with ardor, vehemence, disdain, impatience, or indifference: because, the waves flung the ship upon the stones; their antagonist flung him to the floor; to fling a sarcasm at an opponent; they flung on their own unexpectedly upon the enemy; to fling anything to a beggar.
    • To put aside or down, as a weight.
    • to eradicate.
    • to behave by throwing-in some particular way; discharge a missile, or something like that analogous to a missile.
    • To aim a blow, as with a weapon; let fly.
    • To accelerate; fly; rush.
    • To start away with a rapid motion, as with token of displeasure; dash away in fury.
    • To travel into violent and irregular movements; flounce; dispose off the feet violently, as a horse; kick.
    • To utter harsh or abusive language; upbraid; sneer: as, she began to flout and fling.
    • To put, cast, or hurl; especially, to toss with force, violence, or swiftness, with ardor, vehemence, disdain, impatience, or indifference: since, the waves flung the ship upon the rocks; their antagonist flung him toward floor; to fling a sarcasm at an opponent; they flung on their own out of the blue upon the adversary; to fling a penny to a beggar.
    • To toss apart or down, as a weight.
    • to eliminate.
    • to behave by throwing-in some specific way; discharge a missile, or something analogous to a missile.
    • To aim a blow, as with a weapon; allow fly.
    • To accelerate; fly; rush.
    • to start out away with a-sudden motion, such as token of displeasure; rush away in fury.
    • To fly into violent and unusual motions; flounce; throw out the legs violently, as a horse; kick.
    • To utter harsh or abusive language; upbraid; sneer: as, she started to flout and fling.
    • To put, cast, or hurl; especially, to throw with force, physical violence, or swiftness, with ardor, vehemence, disdain, impatience, or indifference: as, the waves flung the ship upon the stones; his antagonist flung him toward floor; to fling a sarcasm at an opponent; they flung themselves out of the blue upon the opponent; to fling a cent to a beggar.
    • To throw apart or down, as a weight.
    • To put, cast, or hurl; specially, to toss with power, assault, or swiftness, with ardor, vehemence, disdain, impatience, or indifference: as, the waves flung the ship upon the rocks; his antagonist flung him on surface; to fling a sarcasm at an opponent; they flung by themselves unexpectedly upon the opponent; to fling anything to a beggar.
    • to eliminate.
    • To act by throwing-in some specific means; discharge a missile, or something analogous to a missile.
    • To throw aside or off, as an encumbrance.
    • To aim a blow, as with a weapon; let fly.
    • to eradicate.
    • To accelerate; fly; dash.
    • To throw, cast, or hurl; specially, to put with power, assault, or swiftness, with ardor, vehemence, disdain, impatience, or indifference: as, the waves flung the ship upon the stones; his antagonist flung him toward ground; to fling a sarcasm at an opponent; they flung by themselves suddenly upon the enemy; to fling a penny to a beggar.
    • to do something by throwing in some certain means; discharge a missile, or something analogous to a missile.
    • to start out away with a sudden motion, such as token of displeasure; dash away in anger.
    • To put aside or down, as an encumbrance.
    • To put, cast, or hurl; specially, to toss with power, physical violence, or swiftness, with ardor, vehemence, disdain, impatience, or indifference: since, the waves flung the ship upon the rocks; his antagonist flung him towards the ground; to fling a sarcasm at an opponent; they flung themselves unexpectedly upon the enemy; to fling a cent to a beggar.
    • To aim a blow, as with a weapon; let fly.
    • To get rid of.
    • To travel into violent and unusual motions; flounce; throw out the legs violently, as a horse; kick.
    • To accelerate; fly; rush.
    • To throw aside or down, as an encumbrance.
    • To act by throwing in some certain method; discharge a missile, or something analogous to a missile.
    • To throw, cast, or hurl; specially, to toss with force, violence, or swiftness, with ardor, vehemence, disdain, impatience, or indifference: as, the waves flung the ship upon the rocks; their antagonist flung him on surface; to fling a sarcasm at an opponent; they flung by themselves abruptly upon the adversary; to fling anything to a beggar.
    • to eradicate.
    • to begin away with a sudden movement, like in token of displeasure; dash away in fury.
    • To utter harsh or abusive language; upbraid; sneer: as, she began to flout and fling.
    • To fly into violent and irregular motions; flounce; throw out the feet violently, as a horse; kick.
    • to behave by throwing-in some certain means; discharge a missile, or something like that analogous to a missile.
    • To put apart or down, as an encumbrance.
    • To aim a blow, as with a weapon; allow fly.
    • To utter harsh or abusive language; upbraid; sneer: as, she begun to flout and fling.
    • To accelerate; fly; rush.
    • to eradicate.
    • To aim a blow, just like a weapon; allow fly.
    • to behave by throwing-in some particular method; discharge a missile, or something like that analogous to a missile.
    • To start away with a sudden movement, such as token of displeasure; dash away in anger.
    • To accelerate; fly; rush.
    • To travel into violent and unusual movements; flounce; dispose off the legs violently, as a horse; kick.
    • to start out away with a-sudden motion, like in token of displeasure; rush away in anger.
    • To aim a blow, much like a weapon; let fly.
    • To utter harsh or abusive language; upbraid; sneer: as, she begun to flout and fling.
    • To travel into violent and unusual motions; flounce; get rid of the feet violently, as a horse; kick.
    • To hasten; fly; dash.
    • To utter harsh or abusive language; upbraid; sneer: as, she begun to flout and fling.
    • To start away with an abrupt motion, as with token of displeasure; rush away in fury.
    • To travel into violent and unusual motions; flounce; get rid of the legs violently, as a horse; kick.
    • To throw, cast, or hurl; specially, to put with force, physical violence, or swiftness, with ardor, vehemence, disdain, impatience, or indifference: since, the waves flung the ship upon the rocks; his antagonist flung him into surface; to fling a sarcasm at an opponent; they flung themselves instantly upon the opponent; to fling anything to a beggar.
    • To utter harsh or abusive language; upbraid; sneer: as, she started to flout and fling.
    • To toss apart or down, as an encumbrance.
    • To get rid of.
    • to behave by throwing-in some particular method; discharge a missile, or something analogous to a missile.
    • To aim a blow, just like a weapon; allow fly.
    • To accelerate; fly; rush.
    • to start out away with a-sudden movement, such as token of displeasure; dash away in anger.
    • To fly into violent and unusual motions; flounce; dispose off the feet violently, as a horse; kick.
    • To utter harsh or abusive language; upbraid; sneer: as, she begun to flout and fling.

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