Antonyms for throw oneself

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But if one falls, that is no reason to throw oneself in the abyss.

Or else one wants suddenly to throw oneself on the bear earth.

I call it wicked—yes, downright wicked, and tempting Providence, to throw oneself into danger unnecessarily.

Is it not a sign of life and growth to throw oneself heart and soul into whatever pursuit may be immediately to one's hand?

To think of written things at such a moment and throw oneself on them—it's like an insincerity of the heart.

When one hears the Aasgaardsreija coming, one must throw oneself on the ground and pretend that one sleeps.

But for people with hearts there's nothing left but to hang a stone round one's neck and throw oneself into the river.

That demoniacal impulse to throw oneself from a height took possession of me.

In fact, I think of myself as little as possible; it's the only way to bear life, to throw oneself out of the personal.

He has nobody left him, and when one gets to seventy the best is to throw oneself into the river.

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