An Irish game resembling lacrosse played with a broad-bladed, netless stick. (noun)
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Use "hurling" in a sentence
"Americans know no shame (thank you Oprah) in hurling their stuff on us."
"The bully is usually safe in hurling a race insult against the Jewish boy."
"You’re entitled to your opinions and beliefs, but your hypocrisy in hurling playground insults and racial epithets at Ford just because he’s not sprung from your mold for African-American politicians is revolting."