hurtle[ hur-tl ]SEE DEFINITION OF hurtle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HURTLE
Stones and boulders began to hurtle from the mouth of the tunnel.
Books began to hurtle through the air and to fall upon the table.
I looked out of the window to see and the car started to hurtle to the ground.
I am told also that Mr. Hurtle has been seen alive quite lately.
"Mrs. Hurtle is out for the day," said the girl who opened the door.
And aunt didn't like she should go alone, as Mrs. Hurtle is such a stranger.
He would dine early and be with Mrs. Hurtle about seven o'clock.
"It is Mrs. Hurtle," he said, "I must introduce you," and the introduction was made.
Mrs. Hurtle declared her purpose of remaining at home all the evening.
No woman, I think, will be hard upon him because of his breach of faith to Mrs. Hurtle.