hurl away

hurl something away (from someone or something)

to throw or push something away from someone or something. She hurled the bricks away from the partially buried child. Hurl away the bricks as fast as you can.
See also: away, hurl
References in classic literature ?
Dorothea left Ladislaw's two letters unread on her husband's writing-table and went to her own place, the scorn and indignation within her rejecting the reading of these letters, just as we hurl away any trash towards which we seem to have been suspected of mean cupidity.
Hurl away the hip-huggers and try the retro high-waist fit that is stylish and surprisingly flattering.
I would have seen it as an easy issue to solve, just taking the goalie hurl away - especially if a goalie's coming down to take the free, if he's switching to an outfield hurl, he's not going to connect with it as [he would] using a goalie hurl.
ST MIRREN player coach Mixu Paatelainen will hurl away his crutches this week and vow to play on next season.
Carey, 31, has no plans to hurl away his sliothar just yet despite what the gossips would have you believe.
But loyalists hailed the teenager a hero, claiming he was trying to hurl away a device which had been thrown at them by Republicans.
A giant catapult that tossed a 450-pound piano on the TV show ``Northern Exposure'' will hurl away old personal computers at a summer festival.
Frampton added: "Liam Lawlor is an intelligent enough guy and you have to still try and hurl away really.
The management gave me the time I needed, and I just put the hurl away, and got my head together.
We'll all hurl away anywhere we can to get on the Waterford team - that's the way we all are.
I think it's great to get back to the club and have a kind of free rein to just hurl away, it gets you up to the speed of the game too.
It was vitally important, the club is the be-all and end-all for us and to go back there and hurl away is refreshing", Cats centre-back Peter Barry said after yesterday's game.