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- n. Alternative form of throw-in.
- v. To add something extra free of charge.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat
- v. add as an extra or as a gratuity
- v. to insert between other elements
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I just needed to throw in an alien abduction or two and my customer Mrs. Tibbetts would love reading all about it.
The opening chapter of the story was clear enough: Marcel Vivien, owner of a prosperous little business, with a wife and child, had mysteriously vanished, having made up his mind overnight to abandon everything and throw in his lot with a very young woman.
I could even throw in some lunges and turn the whole thing into a mini-workout.
They knew he was a hardcase, and they wanted to be hardcases just like him, and when he invited them to throw in with him on the hijacking, it had just seemed like a lark, kind of.
I'll take the two-fifty, Spider said, if you throw in a ride to the bus station.
"And we even throw in these personal, multi-frequency portable radios with a two-mile range for free."
In the middle of a difficult interrogation I would get up and poke the fire at length, then throw in noisy shovelfuls of coal, looking quite bland, while my client stared at me in bewilderment.
For some time now Yao had believed that Shen Xue had enough height in the jump, and quick enough rotation, to be able to land the first-ever quad throw in competition.
My sister and I took it down to Mrs. Priegle to throw in the furnace.
With Podduyev fidgeting beside him and anxious to throw in the armour whose columns were already beginning to bunch near the gaps in the minefield,