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verb as in plunge, charge

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Over the edge, you hurtle forward at a speed the human body was never meant to travel at.

As we hurtle together to the fiscal cliff, the Republicans are getting much the worse of the media battle.

Ice masses, especially ones the size of Canadian provinces, do not technically “hurtle.”

Dimly he saw the harpoon hurtle through the spray and the sharp crack of the explosion sounded in his ear.

Pen thought it was quite an honor to have seen the great Mr. Hurtle, whose works he admired.

He made sure that the folds projected above his hat, and would shut out all bullets that might hurtle against the unique helmet.

Through watering eyes he saw the black cloud of flying beasts hurtle up from the trees below.

Others said that there certainly had been a Mr. Hurtle, and that to the best of their belief he still existed.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hurtle, such as: collide, lunge, scoot, bump, fly, and push.

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