throw up[ throh ]SEE DEFINITION OF throw up
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I'd say, throw up the whole game and go to him, if you really care.
Do you think I'm going to throw up everything now when I've made a start?
With that Warren pulled out a pistol, and ordered Morrison to throw up his hands.
"Throw up your hands, Mercutian," he shouted at the dimly-perceived bulk.
Sometimes two men have a hide or a blanket, with which they throw up the dirt.
But that, after all, would be to throw up the sponge, which is not the part of a Briton.
"And means to throw up the borough, in short," broke in Mary.
And he couldn't say anything to her: that would have been to throw up the game.
"I'll—I'll throw up my commission to-morrow," growled the old man.
But may I hope that he will so far honour me as to throw up his incognito?