toss away


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toss someone or something away

to throw someone or something away; to discard someone or something. You can't just toss me away! I'm your husband! She tossed away her husband of twenty years. She tossed the cigarette away.
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toss away

v.
To get rid of something as useless: Don't toss this opportunity away without thinking about it. Our neighbors tossed away a perfectly good sofa.
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And if, miraculously, they've pulled themselves back into a set which should have been beyond them, champions don't toss away a service game to draw level in the match.
In these tough times, the corporation has managed to toss away PS98.
Recognise Arsenal's feat by all means, if they achieve it, but let's not go overboard and toss away another bit of our heritage just as we did so willingly with Wembley's Twin Towers.
Mostly the culprits are children who toss away tin cans and empty crisp and sweets packets.
As a Rolling Rock man - and speaking for my fellow Rolling Rock consumers - let me tell you we would never toss away our favorite beer unless the bottle were empty.
ONE moment of hesitation saw Colchester toss away two vital points.
After watching the Irish toss away a lead they had held on to for an hour, Gatland swallowed his disappointment to pay tribute to the visitors.
A Mercury spokesperson said the record was too good to toss away and would eventually be released by the label or another imprint this summer.
Luton manager Lennie Lawrence kept his players locked in the dressing- room after seeing them toss away the lead.
The Leicester skipper and his colleagues emerged from the threat of administration after taking a 15 per cent pay- cut only to toss away their 100 per cent home record without a fight.