An example of to toss is to gently throw a ball onto the grass.
An example of to toss is to mix together salad greens and a dressing.
An example of a toss is a throw of a baseball glove onto the stoop.
An example of a toss is a flip of coin to decide which team goes first.
Toss a salad.
Tossed the idea around.
The horse tossed its rider.
Boats that were tossed by the storm.
I'll toss you to see who goes first.
Tossed the suspect in jail.
I tossed the newspaper after reading it.
The starter was tossed for throwing illegal pitches.
The canoe tossed about on the waves.
Toss in one's sleep.
The home team won the toss and elected to receive.
The toss of a hat.
A boat tossed by a storm.
Tossing her head in disdain.
Toss it over here!
To toss the head.
I don't need it anymore, you can just toss it.
"Someone tossed just his living room and bedroom." / "They probably found what they were looking for."
Tossing and turning in bed, unable to sleep.
Tossed the shirt on the floor.
The bull tossed him over the fence.
- To vomit.
- to make, do, write, etc. quickly, casually, and without effort
- to drink up in one draft
- to masturbate
Other Word Forms
Origin of toss
- Middle English tossen possibly of Scandinavian origin
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition