throw insults

throw insults

(at someone) Go to hurl insults (at someone).
See also: insult, throw
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Never scream at the officials or throw insults at bad players.
SIR - David Cameron, who as Prime Minister is responsible for the whole of Great Britain, often holds discussions with leaders across Europe and with the President of the United States, seeking advice and exchanging views of mutual interest; yet, the First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones, seems to consider the Prime Minister the leader of an alien land, so that it is his job to take cover and throw insults, which certainly does no favours to the people he is supposed to represent.
Additionally, expect the Mikaelson siblings throw insults at each other in the next episode as they deal with their family issues.
He could talk like a lady, throw insults like a man, and sing rather marvellously too, helping to make this show one of the best I've ever watched at the centre.
Men regularly throw insults at each other all in the name of fun.
Price believes he will succeed in the heavyweight division with or without the fight and never feels the need to throw insults in Fury's direction without provocation.
This means that anyone who has a conflict with someone else can throw insults on the basis of 'religious obligation'.
Hopefully people will remember that and not throw insults.
They throw insults at each other and that hurts more than me and our kid rolling around slapping each other.
See a footballer swear after mis-hitting a shot or throw insults at opposing players and you know exactly what they have said.
How often do you get the chance to throw insults at someone
People would throw insults one minute and then tell me they loved me the next.
English and Welsh speakers should not throw insults at each other because it does not help matters; it makes things worse.
Shadow Welsh Secretary Cheryl Gillan responded, "Yet again the Labour Party seems content to throw insults at opponents with no basis in fact whatsoever.