Thesaurus / put through

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Twice in the tenth, Rivera put through the right-uppercut, lifted from waist to opponent's chin.

The Night-BornJack London

Placing the call, Penny waited impatiently for it to be put through.

Signal in the DarkMildred A. Wirt

If a pin is put through a lamp cord, a fuse is likely to blow out.

Common ScienceCarleton W. Washburne

Peel a very ripe pineapple, cut into small pieces and put through fruit press or potato ricer to extract all juice.

The wires are put through these holes, and twisted so as to secure the bird in its position.

The regiment was put through a few simple manoeuvres; and then dismissed, as work in earnest would begin on the following morning.

At odd moments I have been put through stretcher-drill and given rudimentary first-aid instruction.

It is put through the same hole, or as near as possible to the one from which it came.

Cook until tender and then mash and put through a fine sieve or colander.

How about that big deal you were going to put through for me?

Three Little Women's SuccessGabrielle E. Jackson
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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.