Hurl definition

hûrl
(slang) To vomit (the contents of the stomach).
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To cause to move with great force or violence.

The bus's sudden stop hurled the passengers to the floor.

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To move with great speed, force, or violence; hurtle.
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To throw something with force.
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(slang) To vomit.
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(baseball) To pitch the ball.
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To throw or fling with force or violence.
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To utter vehemently.

To hurl insults.

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(informal, baseball) To pitch.
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To throw or fling something.
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To move with force or violence; rush.
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(informal, baseball) To pitch.
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(slang) To vomit.
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A hurling.
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To cast down; overthrow.
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Hurl is defined as to throw or say something forcefully, or is slang for to vomit.

An example of hurl is a pitcher flinging a baseball at the catcher.

An example of hurl is a person loudly speaking insults to another person.

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To throw (something) with force.
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To utter (harsh or derogatory speech), especially at its target.

The gangs hurled abuse at each other.

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(intransitive) To participate in the sport of hurling.
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(intransitive, slang) To vomit.

Pass me the bucket; I've got to hurl.

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A throw, especially a violent throw; a fling.

He managed a hurl of 50.3 metres.

A hurl of abuse.

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The act of vomiting.
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(hurling) The act of hitting the sliotar with the hurley.
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(Ulster) (car) Ride.
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To throw with great force; fling.
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To send with great vigor; thrust.

Hurled the army against the enemy.

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To utter vehemently.

Hurled insults at the speaker.

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Origin of hurl

  • Middle English hurlen

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition