Hurl - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |hɜːrl|  American pronunciation of the word hurl
Brit.  |hɜːl|  British pronunciation of the word hurl


- a violent throw (syn: cast)


- throw forcefully (syn: cast, hurtle)
- make a thrusting forward movement (syn: hurtle, lunge, thrust)
- utter with force; utter vehemently (syn: throw)
hurl insults

Extra examples

Someone hurled a rock through the window.

He hurled a chair at me.

It looked like she was going to hurl herself down the stairs.

The protesters hurled insults at us.

The boy hurled a stone through the window.

The boat rocked wildly, hurling him into the water.

Demonstrators were hurling bricks through the windows.

He hurled a chair across the set, smashing lamps and vases.

...the defiant prisoner continued to hurl imprecations and insults at the guards...

She wanted to hurl herself into his arms.

Hurl'd headlong...To bottomless perdition, there to dwell

I'll hurl you out of the club if you dare tell the secret!

Word forms

I/you/we/they: hurl
he/she/it: hurls
present participle: hurling
past tense: hurled
past participle: hurled
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