fling at

fling something at someone or something

to throw something roughly or carelessly at someone or something. Don't fling that towel at me! Don't just fling that paper at the wastebasket, hoping it will get there!
See also: fling
References in classic literature ?
If the children gathered about her, as they sometimes did, Pearl would grow positively terrible in her puny wrath, snatching up stones to fling at them, with shrill, incoherent exclamations, that made her mother tremble, because they had so much the sound of a witch's anathemas in some unknown tongue.
AURORA, Ohio, May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Huge savings are now available on a June visit to Geauga Lake's Wildwater Kingdom during Spring Fling at the Aurora, Ohio, outdoor waterpark.
Smith's 'Cuda is among 300 classic Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth vehicles on display at the 20th annual Spring Fling at Lake Balboa Park.
A wee Highlander himself, it was only fitting that Showbusiness Reporter Gordon Barr took in the first night of New Adventures in Matthew Bourne's Highland Fling at Newcastle's Theatre Royal
BOOZY workers would rather get drunk than have a fling at their office party, according to a new survey.
If a couple have been together as long as Rachel and Adam and there's a baby on the way, there is no way a man should have any type of fling at all.
SEXUALLY experienced women are also more likely to have a casual fling at work.
The pair indulged in a 24-hour champagne-fuelled fling at the millionaire's Belgravia home.
Celebrate Big Bunny's Spring Fling at the Los Angeles Zoo today.