hurl definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To put with great force; fling. See Synonyms at throw.
    • To send with great vitality; thrust: hurled the military resistant to the adversary.
    • To put down; overthrow.
    • To utter vehemently: hurled insults within speaker.
    • Slang To vomit (the items associated with the belly).
    • To deliver whirling or whizzing through the atmosphere; to toss with violence; to operate a vehicle with great force.
    • To produce or utter with vehemence or impetuosity.
    • To twist or switch.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to go with great speed, power, or physical violence; hurtle.
    • To toss one thing with force.
    • Slang To vomit.
    • Baseball To pitch the basketball.
    • To hurl one's self; to go quickly.
    • to do the act of hurling anything; to toss some thing (at another).
    • to relax and play the overall game of hurling. See Hurling.
  • verb:
    • To throw (something) with force.
    • To utter (harsh or derogatory address), specially at its target.
    • To be involved in the activity of hurling.
    • (slang) To vomit.
    • utter with power; utter vehemently
    • toss forcefully
    • make a thrusting ahead action
  • noun:
    • A throw, specifically a violent place; a fling.
    • The work of sickness.
    • The act of hitting the sliotar utilizing the hurley.
    • (vehicle) ride
    • tumult; riot; hurly-burly
    • A table which fibre is stirred and mixed by beating with a bow springtime.
    • The work of hurling or throwing with physical violence; a cast; a fling.
    • Tumult; riot; hurly-burly.
    • A table on which fibre is stirred and combined by beating with a bowspring.
    • The act of tossing with assault.
    • Tumult; riot; commotion.
    • A scolding.
    • A whirlpool; whirling liquid.
    • Conveyance in a wheeled automobile; a drive.
    • A hurdle.
    • identical to harl, 3.
    • a violent place
  • others:
    • To toss; fling; toss: without having the notion of violent or impetuous movement.
    • To toss with physical violence; deliver whirling or whizzing through environment; fling with great force.
    • To drag with violence.
    • Figuratively, to emit or utter with vehemence.
    • To put; fling; discharge a missile.
    • To rush.
    • To fall or strike with assault.
    • To play at game of hurling.
    • To whirl; turn round quickly.
    • to make; twist.
    • To wheel; convey by means of a wheeled car.
    • To whirl; turn quickly; rush or dash.
    • becoming wheeled or communicated in a wheeled car.

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