from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense of throw.
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- v. Simple past of throw.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. of throw.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Preterit of throw.
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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.
The name threw the white-haired gentleman for a moment.
Actually, it was North Dakota......sorry, SD, your name threw me!
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.
Now, tossed into this cauldron of madness that had possessed Matt’s brain, the name threw a switch, but the wrong one.
Charles Krauthammer, before last falls election, said McCain threw one too many hail Mary passes by picking Palin.
I guess Huckbee didn't read the article from WaPo – Let me sum it up: Palin threw out her statements and backed nothing up with facts.
I can understand why Levi Johnson is bitter after Palin threw him under the bus.
Baron Courbertin threw his arms about him, crying, "As sure as God made little apples, thou art a man!"
Most of the student marches were peaceful, although a few young protesters again threw bricks through windows in Lyon.