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  • v. add casually to a conversation


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  • This is a test, a trial of my confidence in myself, a way of showing everyone from King Bocchus and his son to the man in Cirta that I am equal to — no, superior to! — anything Fortune can toss in my way.

    The First Man in Rome

  • When the supply grew low, Ruth would toss in more chopped-up turnips and a pinch of salt, and let them pickle for a few days.

    The Bonesetter's Daughter

  • She took a bad toss in the hunting-field about twenty years ago.

    Death of a Fool


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