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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflungflung /flʌŋ/  the past tense and past participle of fling1
Examples from the Corpus
flungYet they are parts of it, flung from its infinity.Backed by Suzi, who did most of the energetic stuff, Ingrid strutted and flounced and flung her hair about.Saying a prayer, she flung herself into her captors' bonfire.He reached the door in a single bounce, and flung it open.He grabbed his jacket and briefcase and flung open the car door.A sudden flurry, as of a dozen Multhrops simultaneously prostrating themselves, and the doors were flung open.The Count nodded at Vlad and flung out his hands theatrically. ` Ta-da!After wrestling the door open, she charged to the railing and flung the chicken out into the street.
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