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Definition of Thrown

  • a. & p. p. from Throw v.

How to use thrown in a sentence. Thrown pronunciation.

The girl's cloak had swept over it, and a piece of brie-a-brae had been thrown upon the floor.
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His presence alone would have been enough to save the girl from further molestation; but, he had thrown himself upon the man like a tiger.
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He lay with an arm thrown over his head, resting softly, a moisture on his forehead as on that of a sleeping child.
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Kaid looked at him enigmatically for a moment, then smiled grimly-he saw the course of the lance which David had thrown.
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He had seen her thrown to the king of them all, killed in one swift instant, and dragged about the den by her warm white neck-this slave wife from Albania, his adored Fatima.
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Swearing, drinking and card playing were the order of the day, and occasionally a fight was thrown in for variety.
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Bibikov would not take the letter, and when the coachman returned to the station, he learned that Anna Stepanova had thrown herself under the train and was crushed to death.
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About 10 o'clock, a courier came back in haste, for me to see a man who had been thrown from his mule and crushed under the wheels of his wagon.
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Attempting to remount, his mule whirled and pitched, and he was thrown upon his back, and his team with fourteen others instantly stampeded.
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It has evidently been thrown in through the ventilator.
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Going to the store where he had been at work, I found that the firm had suspended, and that he was thrown out of employment, and had broken up housekeeping, but could not ascertain where he was, only that he was boarding somewhere out in the suburbs of the city.
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For the North has thrown out that old inflated style, whereas the Southern writer still clings to it- clings to it and has a restricted market for his wares, as a consequence.
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They had all been built, and worn out, and thrown aside, since I was here last.
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The tug-boat gossip informed me that Dick Kennet was dead-blown up, near Memphis, and killed; that several others whom I had known had fallen in the war-one or two of them shot down at the wheel; that another and very particular friend, whom I had steered many trips for, had stepped out of his house in New Orleans, one night years ago, to collect some money in a remote part of the city, and had never been seen again-was murdered and thrown into the river, it was thought; that Ben Thornburgh was dead long ago; also his wild 'cub' whom I used to quarrel with, all through every daylight watch.
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Ada's money, united with a small capital in her husband's possession, went to purchase a share in the business of Messrs. Ducker, Blunt & Co., manufacturers of disinfectants; Arthur Peachey, previously a clerk to the firm, became a junior partner, with the result that most of the hard work was thrown upon his shoulders.
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Of an amiable disposition, and without independence of character, he might have been guided by a judicious parent through all the perils of his calf-love for Fanny French; thrown upon his own feeble resources, he regarded himself as a victim of the traditional struggle between prosaic age and nobly passionate youth, and resolved at all hazards to follow the heroic course-which meant, first of all, a cold taciturnity towards his father, and, as to his future conduct, a total disregard of the domestic restraints which he had hitherto accepted.
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That fancy isn't so artificial as it seemed.' 'That's all very pretty'-she spoke between quick breaths, and tried to laugh-'but you have thrown my hat on the ground.
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A pause had just come about, when the door was thrown open, and in rushed Fanny, hatted and gloved from a walk.
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For answer, his wife's arms were thrown about him.
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In Timon the intellectual bankruptcy is obvious enough: Shakespear tried once too often to make a play out of the cheap pessimism which is thrown into despair by a comparison of actual human nature with theoretical morality, actual law and administration with abstract justice, and so forth.
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Examples of Thrown

Example #1
He got up and replaced it with an attentive air.
Example #2
In going quickly through the room, they had disarranged a table.
Example #3
Yet, somehow, he felt no sorrow for that.
Example #4
But had it been necessary to strike at all?
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Mahommed looked closely at David.
Example #6
Then Nahoum passed back into his bedroom as stealthily as he had come.