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- throw around
synonyms for throw around
- put to flight
- run away
- set asunder
- split up
- take off in all directions
- throw out
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How to use throw around in a sentence
Archrival India has money to throw around, and Iran and Russia are also exerting influence in the region.Pakistan’s Dance With Terrorists Just Backfired and Killed 132 Children | Chris Allbritton | December 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Put aside the fact that people who throw around the term “anti-Israel” rarely define it.
That every opponent is a “Nazi”—an epithet they throw around like candies at a Bar Mitzvah?
Put aside the mock shock—after all, Romney has been more than happy to throw around red-meat rhetoric in the past.
Money to buy and invest is power, and China, with its huge surpluses, has more of it to throw around than anyone else.
Here and there the venados raise their timid heads, and throw around them frightened glances.The Guide of the Desert | Gustave Aimard
Do not throw around that marriage the halo of a pure and lofty duty to break down race lines.The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony (Volume 2 of 2) | Ida Husted Harper
They were her thoughts, clothed in the self-same drapery which she was accustomed to throw around them.The Missing Link in Modern Spiritualism | A. Leah Underhill
Nevertheless there is something not altogether vulgar in the attractions which wealth enables one to throw around himself.My Wife and I | Harriet Beecher Stowe
We attempt to throw around our colonies the same safeguards that we throw around ourselves at home.The Opium Monopoly | Ellen Newbold La Motte
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