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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthrewthrew /θruː/ verb  x-refthe past tense of throw1
Examples from the Corpus
threwHe threw an envelope of papers at the face of the foreman there.Bing could be one himself if he threw enough slugs down his gullet.With all her strength, she forced herself to stand and threw herself around the corner.A little while later, still holding Maura in his arms, Michael threw his handful of dirt on to the coffin.I threw it to one side.I threw open the front door and looked into the street.There was a stack of timber being unloaded from the Dock and the wind threw that all over the place.He took off the phoney glasses and tweed hat and threw them to one side.