throwaway[ throh-uh-wey ]SEE DEFINITION OF throwaway
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THROWAWAY
He had a few bob on Throwaway and he's gone to gather in the shekels.
The mainland lay not more than a short stone's throwaway, but between it and the island the water ran as swift as a mill race.
Forth reached into a drawer for a flat bottle; poured tea-colored liquid into a throwaway cup.
The latest message was from a throwaway email address from one of the new Brazilian anonymizers.
And instead of throwaway dishes they used chinaware that could have come right out of a museum.