Words nearby hurling
Definition for hurling (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of hurl
OTHER WORDS FROM hurlhurl·er, nounout·hurl, verb (used with object)un·hurled, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for hurling
Islamists stood next to communists waving Palestinian flags and hurling insults at Israeli officials.A New Intifada? Israel’s Arab Citizen Uprising Spreads|Creede Newton|November 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The pro-Russian activists rushed inside for shelter, and soon both sides were hurling petrol bombs at each other.
Hurling objects at your boss might not be professional, but neither is sleeping with your devoted secretary.Every Woman Don Draper’s Hooked Up With on ‘Mad Men’|Amy Zimmerman|April 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sadly for the Nuge, hurling racially charged epithets at the president is not really breaking news.
More than a few ripped up pavement from a street project unluckily right beside the Times and were hurling away.
He was aware that the girl was screaming—and that he was hurling clutching figures away—figures that came pouncing back.The World Beyond|Raymond King Cummings
In addition to the land batteries, the gunboats in the river were hurling huge shells at us.The Southern Soldier Boy|James Carson Elliott
The unicorn squealed in fury and struck the hunter, catching him on its horn and hurling him thirty feet.Space Prison|Tom Godwin
And hurling the girl against the four Canadians, he and his partner rushed out into the hall.The Bradys and the Girl Smuggler|Francis W. Doughty
She said it suddenly, hurling the news among them and waiting ferret-like for some indications in the chorus that broke out.Murder in Any Degree|Owen Johnson