Hurtle in a sentence

The word "hurtle" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of hurtle and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Hurtle

  • To meet with violence or shock; to clash; to jostle.
  • To move rapidly; to wheel or rush suddenly or with violence; to whirl round rapidly; to skirmish.
  • To make a threatening sound, like the clash of arms; to make a sound as of confused clashing or confusion; to resound.
  • To push; to jostle; to hurl.
  • throw forcefully
  • make a thrusting forward movement
  • move with or as if with a rushing sound

How to use hurtle in a sentence. Hurtle pronunciation.

Since it was bound upon a long-distance trip, somewhere in its career it would be caught in an upward sweep of the wind and thrown aloft, and then it would hurtle along at the speed of the wind, blotting everything from sight, hitting hard whatever it encountered, and piling in wherever it found a sheltered space.
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And then, suddenly, he knew he must land if he were not to lose consciousness and hurtle down blindly; and with set teeth and sweat beading his forehead, he began the descent.
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Hurtle swung with his easy motion.
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He could not throw anything but strikes, and it seemed the Spatsburg players could not make even a foul. Outside of Hurtle's work the game meant little to me.
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What he meant to me, that country pitcher Hurtle!
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I asked the manager what he wanted and produced the cash; I asked Hurtle what he wanted, doubled his ridiculously modest demand, paid him in advance, and got his name to the contract.
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Something told me that with Hurtle's signature in my pocket I had the Eastern League pennant.
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I had some difficulty in fitting Hurtle with a uniform, and when I did get him dressed he resembled a two-legged giraffe decked out in white shirt, gray trousers and maroon stockings.
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Here, Hurtle," I said, drawing him toward the pitcher's box, "don't pay any attention to their talk.
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Hurtle's big freckled hands closed nervously over the ball.
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Hurtle stood stiff and awkward in the box and seemed to be rolling something in his mouth.
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Then and there Hurtle got the name that was to cling to him all his baseball days.
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We're in bad, I know, but it's my judgment to pitch Hurtle, rube or no rube, and it's up to you to back us.
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If Hurtle should happen to show good form they would turn in a flash.
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That was what Nan Brown said to me about Rube Hurtle, my great pitcher, and I took it as her way of announcing her engagement.
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Nan Hurtle had brought us wonderful luck.
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That moment bound Whit Hurtle and Frank Connelly into a far closer relation than the one between player and manager.
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A saucy, sparkling-eyed woman barred Whit Hurtle's baseball career at its threshold.
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I sensed another stage in the evolution of Whit Hurtle.
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My great pitcher, Whittaker Hurtle, the Rube, as we called him, had won the Eastern League Pennant for me that season, and Morrisey, the Chicago magnate, had bought him.
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Examples of Hurtle

Example #1
The height of this drifting snow layer varies, of course, directly and jointly (here the teacher makes fun of his mathematics) as the amount of loose snow available and as the carrying force of the wind.
Example #2
And no longer did it crawl.
Example #3
At the end his strength failed him.
Example #4
The land beneath him was a scudding blur, with a dark-green mass in its center, the forest of La Fay.
Example #5
The ball shot across like a white bullet.
Example #6
Rickettsville chose the field and the game began.