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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of hurtle.

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Examples

  • A police car responding to a 999 call hurtled into a railway bridge in the Black Country, smashing an overhead bridge and injuring the driver.

    Express & Star

  • A police car responding to a 999 call hurtled into a railway bridge in the Black Country, smashing an overhead bridge and injuring the driver.

    Express & Star

  • HAINES: You know, we'll be kind of hurtled in the center of the house, you know, with our pets and all and our supplies that we feel safer here than on the road.

    CNN Transcript Sep 23, 2005

  • None of the 181 people aboard were hurt as the jetliner hurtled off the strip in Jackson Hole and hit a three-foot snow embankment.

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  • Four missiles hurtled out of the rear missile launchers toward the pirate ship advancing from the rear.

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  • At the wheel of his Jaguar, still dressed in pyjamas, Gordon hurtled down the A12.

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  • For a long while, long after the creature had hurtled away in shearing splinters of radiance, he sat there, legs folded under him in the blaze of 118-degree heat, thinking alternately: This is working, and I am losing my mind.

    The Silence

  • The driver gave a single safety instruction "Hold on tight, you're going to get wet", then hurtled down a canyon at high speed, leaning the boat perilously—unbelievably, and exhilaratingly—close to the cliff walls.

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  • Soon after, riot police hurtled into the protests and forced the crowd to run.

    Protests continue in Arab world

  • Soon after, riot police hurtled into the protests and forced the crowd to run.

    Protests continue in Arab world

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