Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Preterit of throw.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • imp. of throw.

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  • verb Simple past of throw.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The label threw us a party in this huge, swanky conference room, complete with stadium-sized TV screens and enough food to sink even my mother's ship.

    Don’t Sleep With Your Drummer

  • The label threw us a party in this huge, swanky conference room, complete with stadium-sized TV screens and enough food to sink even my mother's ship.

    Don’t Sleep With Your Drummer

  • The label threw us a party in this huge, swanky conference room, complete with stadium-sized TV screens and enough food to sink even my mother's ship.

    Don’t Sleep With Your Drummer

  • The name threw the white-haired gentleman for a moment.

    Mistletoe and Holly

  • The name threw the white-haired gentleman for a moment.

    Mistletoe and Holly

  • The name threw the white-haired gentleman for a moment.

    Mistletoe and Holly

  • The name threw the white-haired gentleman for a moment.

    Mistletoe and Holly

  • Actually, it was North Dakota......sorry, SD, your name threw me!

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  • Peter Green was even persuaded to attend the victory party that our label threw for us, although our founder couldn't bring himself to attend the concert.

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  • Now, tossed into this cauldron of madness that had possessed Matt’s brain, the name threw a switch, but the wrong one.

    Thirst No. 3

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