[ verb ] throw with force or recklessness
"fling the frisbee"
Used in print(Howard Fast, April Morning....)
Cousin_Simmons grabbed one of them by the shoulder and flung him away .(Robert Penn Warren, Wilderness....)
The head was wrapped in a turban and on top of the turban rode a great hamper across which a piece of poncho had been flung .(Bruce Palmer, "My Brother's Keeper", Many Are...)
They spun and flung their rifles up .
In war , on a night like this , it was only the outward emotions that mattered , what could be flung out into the darkness to damage others .
Men were slaughtered every_day , tumbled into eternity like so many torn parcels flung down a portable chute .
[ verb ] move in an abrupt or headlong manner
"He flung himself onto the sofa"
Used in print(William Maxwell, The Chateau....)
It went right on creaking under his own considerable weight , and all it needed , Harold thought , was for somebody to fling himself back in a fit of laughter and that would be the end of_it .
[ noun ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 23049
[ verb ] throw or cast away
"Put away your worries"