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backgammon a board game played by two people. The players throw dice and move their pieces around and then off the board.
belch to throw out violently; spout. [1/3 definitions]
cast to throw or fling. [2/11 definitions]
catapult an ancient weapon used to throw objects, such as large stones or arrows, at an enemy. [1/4 definitions]
chuck1 to throw or toss. [3/5 definitions]
dash to throw or toss with great force so as to break. [1/8 definitions]
deliver to direct or throw. [1/5 definitions]
discard to throw out or away; cast off.
eject to throw out with force. [2 definitions]
fling to throw hard or with force. [1/3 definitions]
flip1 to throw in such a way as to cause to turn over or spin. [1/6 definitions]
floor to throw into great confusion; to greatly puzzle. [1/6 definitions]
get rid of to remove, throw away, or give away something that is not wanted or needed.
heave to throw with great force. [2/6 definitions]
hurl to throw with force.
hurtle to throw or launch with great force. [1/2 definitions]
jettison to throw from a ship or airplane to make it lighter or more stable. [2 definitions]
juggle to do tricks that take great skill with the hands. A common juggling trick is to throw and catch three or more objects, one at a time. [1/3 definitions]
jumble to put or throw together in a confused pile. [1/4 definitions]
junk1 to throw away because no longer working or valuable. [1/2 definitions]
lacrosse a game played on a field. The players use sticks with a net on one end to carry the ball and throw it into the other team's goal.