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It was estimated roughly that 300 shells were lobbed into the town, and all passing over us on the way.

Fanny Goes to WarPat Beauchamp

I took up a flat stone, about six inches square, and lobbed it on his coil.

He told me these Flazel people were bad people, who had lobbed his father in the old days.

An hour later some hilarious subalterns walked along the whole row of huts and lobbed stones on to the roofs.

A Padre in FranceGeorge A. Birmingham

As we moved out a few shells skimmed over the kopjes and lobbed themselves where our lines had been.

The stones are defended by the hand or a stick, according as a ball or stick is lobbed.

Axander came back with a slow one that lobbed up to the plate looking as big as a balloon.

He picked up a rock and lobbed it over a nearby boulder, then started moving cat-like in the other direction.

The Judas ValleyGerald Vance

Harry Hawke had already drawn the pin and lobbed a hand grenade neatly through the crevice.

You have lobbed the Forum of loyalty and the Republic of dignity.

Life of CiceroAnthony Trollope


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