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  • verb Past participle of outthrow

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Examples

  • “Okay, kid, maybe you could have outthrown me in my pitching days,” he said.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • “Okay, kid, maybe you could have outthrown me in my pitching days,” he said.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • “Okay, kid, maybe you could have outthrown me in my pitching days,” he said.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • He set up a colossal statue with arms outthrown to bar the egress; the statue of Confucius preaching the Balanced

    The Crest-Wave of Evolution A Course of Lectures in History, Given to the Graduates' Class in the Raja-Yoga College, Point Loma, in the College-Year 1918-19

  • Face down lay the boy, limp, his hands outthrown beside him.

    The New Boy at Hilltop

  • Dick lay upon the floor with outthrown arms, and the figure stood over him in a listening attitude.

    The Gold-Stealers A Story of Waddy

  • The sheriff grasped one of the outthrown arms; it was as rigid as iron, and the application of a gentle force rocked the entire body without altering the relation of its parts.

    Famous Modern Ghost Stories

  • As he rushed madly and wildly through the night, he could hear a swift, dry patter behind him, and could see, as he threw back a glance, that this horror was bounding like a tiger at his heels, with blazing eyes and one stringy arm outthrown.

    Round the Red Lamp

  • As he rushed madly and wildly through the night, he could hear a swift, dry patter behind him, and could see, as he threw back a glance, that this horror was bounding like a tiger at his heels, with blazing eyes and one stringy arm outthrown.

    Round the Red Lamp

  • The sheriff grasped one of the outthrown arms; it was as rigid as iron, and the application of a gentle force rocked the entire body without altering the relation of its parts.

    Can Such Things Be?

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