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Definition of "throw out" [throw out]

  • To discard; to dispense with something; to throw away. (verb)
  • To dismiss or expel someone from any longer performing duty or attending somewhere. (verb)
  • To offer an idea for consideration. (verb)

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Use "throw out" in a sentence
  • "Young Shortland has moved in with Papa, and Balmain is furious because he has had to throw out a lot of his collection of specimens, which clutter up every corner of the great cabin."
  • "Since the more sadistic of the golf gods seemed to be in charge that day, he would end up in four bunkers in the first five holes, but though hed throw out an occasional Schiessa! he really handled things fairly well."
  • "You can green your home as best you can, eat organic, avoid dry cleaning the clothes, throw out the solvents, and buy bedding sans flame retardants, but can you find that hallowed ground far from the chemical-driven American industrial machine?"
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