Words nearby throw out
How to use throw out in a sentence
I had to throw out all of my American conditioning toward the workplace.The Airbnb of Home-Cooked Meals|Itay Hod|November 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
By Ann Friedman, Medium The first step is, throw out the hoodie-wearing boy-genius and build a new archetype.The Daily Beast’s Best Longreads, Sept. 29-Oct 5, 2014|William Boot|October 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This year, states like Pennsylvania and Oregon have seen judges throw out their bans.Sympathy for the Devils: Scenes From the Social Conservative Collapse|Olivia Nuzzi|June 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In case of riots, emergencies, or World War Z, the Sunshine State may throw out all rules on guns.Florida’s Zombie Apocalypse Gun Bill|Cliff Schecter|April 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And though he got rid of her last week (mistake) I could have watched “dog lover” Kelly throw out zingers on a show of her own.Juan Pablo Has Ruined ‘The Bachelor’|Brandy Zadrozny|February 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Just try it once, and you'll see how ingenious it is—only one must be careful not to throw out the elbow in turning out the wrist.Music-Study in Germany|Amy Fay
Try to throw out all the good points in the parts taken by the other members of the company.The Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness|Florence Hartley
Variance appeared to be necessary to their existence; a safety-valve, for the ill humors they could not throw out upon others.Alone|Marion Harland
The Lords are in a corner; they've got to fight now or never, and I think they will throw out the Budget.The New Machiavelli|Herbert George Wells
Of course I can lower your tea in a tin bucket, and if it should rain I can throw out umbrellas.Penelope's Experiences in Scotland|Kate Douglas Wiggin
Other Idioms and Phrases with throw out
Give off, emit, as in That flashlight throws out a powerful beam. [Mid-1700s] Also see throw off, def. 2.
Reject, as in We threw out her proposal. [Early 1600s]
Get rid of, discard; see throw away, def. 1.
Offer a suggestion or plan, as in The nominating committee threw out names for our consideration. [Early 1600s] Also see throw away, def. 3.
Forcibly eject, force the departure of, as in The bartender threw out the drunk, or He was thrown out of the country club for failing to pay his dues. [Early 1500s]
Put out of alignment, as in Lifting that sofa threw out my back.
In baseball or cricket, put a player out by throwing the ball. In baseball, the throw is to a base before the batter reaches it; in cricket, the throw must hit the batsman's wicket. [Second half of 1800s]