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hurl abuse/insults/accusations etc (at somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhurl abuse/insults/accusations etc (at somebody)hurl abuse/insults/accusations etc (at somebody)SHOUTto shout at someone in a loud and angry way He was accused of hurling abuse at the referee. hurl
Examples from the Corpus
hurl abuse/insults/accusations etc (at somebody)She heard the boys hurling abuse at her, shouting to her to stop, but she shut her ears to them.There is not much to be achieved by hurling insults.When I first met her she had been hurling abuse at her daughters-in-law who took no notice whatsoever.
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