chuck[ chuhk ]SEE DEFINITION OF chuck
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHUCK
The Dutchman is game, an' if he ever gets to the Black's throat-latch he'll chuck it.
Look up Dan and 'Chuck' and the rest of the crowd again, at Comet's place.
When I go out I 'll take and chuck it in the water along with that there purse.
Hang it all, I feel like a beast to chuck you out this way, but I have partners, you know.
We're going to chuck you a line: mind and be ready to catch it.
He couldn't have made more uproar about it if I had proposed to chuck him overboard.
Both John and Chuck took him at his word and complied heartily with his request.
"So don't bother to pinch me," he added, as Chuck and John lifted their arms.
Phyllis and Daphne were left, and Chuck and Jerry looked at them uneasily.
Muriel would be sure to blub; Chuck had seen her that morning.