Flinging in a sentence

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There was no lack of trees, chiefly ancient oaks, which, flinging out their arms from either side, nearly formed a canopy and afforded a pleasing shelter from the rays of the sun, which was burning fiercely above.
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They know that chastity is a jewel of high price, and that conjugal fidelity is capable of occasionally flinging a sunshine even over the dreary hours of a life passed in the contempt of almost all laws, whether human or divine.
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Rodney lit his lamp, pulled his curtains, offered Denham a chair, and, flinging the manuscript of his paper on the Elizabethan use of Metaphor on to the table, exclaimed: "Oh dear me, what a waste of time!
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Shut off up there, she compared Mrs. Seal, and Mary Datchet, and Mr. Clacton to enchanted people in a bewitched tower, with the spiders' webs looping across the corners of the room, and all the tools of the necromancer's craft at hand; for so aloof and unreal and apart from the normal world did they seem to her, in the house of innumerable typewriters, murmuring their incantations and concocting their drugs, and flinging their frail spiders' webs over the torrent of life which rushed down the streets outside.
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William exclaimed, flinging himself back in his chair, and uprooting his eyes from the spot in the fire.
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However susceptible to flattery William might be, he would never tolerate it from people who showed a gross or emotional taste in literature, and if Cassandra erred even slightly from what he considered essential in this respect he would express his discomfort by flinging out his hands and wrinkling his forehead; he would find no pleasure in her flattery after that.
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He set the example, flinging himself upon his face and extending his hands above his head, as a whizzing sound was heard; then a dull thud or two and directly after there was a crash on the rocky side of the couloir a few feet above their heads, followed by a shower of slaty fragments which fell upon them, while a great fragment, which had become detached far above, glanced off, struck the other side of the gully, and then went downward, ploughing up the snow.
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Ned put the key in the lock and flinging the door open revealed Celia Rose, blinking and confused in the sudden sunshine.
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Her fault was, that instead of flinging down her glove and fighting it out openly, she listened to Pagnell, and began the game of Pull.
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There was an unusual bang to the front door, the sound of strange footsteps in the hall, the echo of a strange voice floated up to her, and Abbie, with a sudden flinging of thimble and scissors, and an exclamation of "Ralph has come," vanished.
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Thank you a thousand times for that thrice-kind potential welcome, and flinging wide open your doors and your hearts to me at Concord.
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Boot and saddle, see, the slanting Rays begin to fall, Flinging lights and colours flaunting Through the shadows tall.
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He can't help it, any more than I can help flinging law-books on the floor and running off to the country to have a good time.
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About 6 feet 4 in height, with narrow, hollow chest, very large hands and feet and a nervous, restless way of flinging himself about.
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He was a sturdy, dependable, unimaginative boy, watching the squirrels or flinging stones over the palisades.
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He put the book on the table, and suddenly flinging his arms across it, dropped his head on them.
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She was only vaguely conscious of a car that suddenly left the road, and dashed recklessly across the priceless turf, but she did see, and recognize, Louis Akers as he leaped from it and flinging men this way and that disappeared into the storm center.
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Suddenly Mademoiselle forgot her years of repression, and flinging her arms around Grace's neck she kissed her.
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They jeered from the curbs, but except for the flinging of an occasional stone they made no inimical move.
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A little below him, the Native Son was flinging rocks at a rattlesnake with the vicious precision of frank abhorrence.
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Examples of Flinging

Example #1
Suddenly a group of objects attracted my attention.
Example #2
In the middle was a drift-way with deep ruts, but right and left was a space carpeted with a sward of trefoil and clover.
Example #3
There is a word in the gypsy language to which those who speak it attach ideas of peculiar reverence, far superior to that connected with the name of the Supreme Being, the creator of themselves and the universe.
Example #4
The gypsies, says Borrow, arc almost entirely ignorant of the grand points of morality; but on one point they are in general wiser than those who have had far better opportunities than such unfortunate outcasts of regulating their steps and distinguishing good from evil.
Example #5
Rodney's rooms were small, but the sitting-room window looked out into a courtyard, with its flagged pavement, and its single tree, and across to the flat red-brick fronts of the opposite houses, which would not have surprised Dr. Johnson, if he had come out of his grave for a turn in the moonlight.
Example #6
They climbed a very steep staircase, through whose uncurtained windows the moonlight fell, illuminating the banisters with their twisted pillars, and the piles of plates set on the window-sills, and jars half-full of milk.