toss[ taws, tos ]SEE DEFINITION OF toss
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TOSS
Perhaps, after all, I might have the brains to jest and toss about words and shoot off epigrams.
It is a toss of the head and a droop of the eyes if I say one word of what is in my mind.
The toss of the antlers to meet the stroke drew the man up standing.
We lie, and toss, and turn; and say, When will the night be gone?
Edwin was skilled to toss the dart; from his hand it flew unerring to its aim.
For this purpose she would swell the waves, and toss the feeble bark.
Before the morning she began to feel the death agony and to toss about.
If it wasn't for wengeance, I'd play at pitch and toss with it on the losing hazard.'
Toss about in a bowl with sugar, being careful not to break.
The boat began to pitch and toss: the passengers were drenched.