chucked


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chuck

1. verb, informal To throw out or discard. I'm going to chuck the rest of this food. Do you want some of it? Can we please chuck all these old papers of yours? They're just taking up space.
2. verb, informal To eject or force out from some place. The bouncer chucked the man for being belligerent.
3. verb, informal To put (someone) in some place or situation, especially abruptly or without warning. Usually followed by "in" or "into." The government chucked him in jail for nearly a year without so much as a warrant for his arrest.
4. verb, informal To quit or give something up, often one's job. I heard Sarah chucked her job to go traveling around the world. The money has been good, but I'm just about ready to chuck the world of investment banking altogether.
5. verb, slang To vomit. Usually followed by "up." Everyone chucked their lunch after getting off the roller coaster. I spent the whole morning chucking up my breakfast.
6. noun, dated slang Food. A: "How's the chuck in this joint?" B: "Eh, you get what you pay for."
7. noun, informal Rejection or dismissal. Usually used with "the." I heard Janet gave John the chuck recently. I'm just worried that I'm going to get the chuck because of what happened in the meeting.
8. noun, informal A good-natured term of address for a male one does not know. Often capitalized. Hey, Chuck, hold on a minute—you dropped this! ’Scuse me, chuck, just need to get by you there.

chucked

Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really chucked!
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chucked

mod. alcohol intoxicated. I’m too chucked to drive.
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I could never quite tell how it came about; he had only just mounted me on the training ground, when something I did put him out of temper, and he chucked me hard with the rein.
And again dodging the boom, I ran to the colour lines, handed down their cursed black flag, and chucked it overboard.
No one seems to like the offer, and the umpire is just coming down, when a queer old hat, something like a doctor of divinity's shovel, is chucked on to the stage and an elderly, quiet man steps out, who has been watching the play, saying he should like to cross a stick wi' the prodigalish young chap.
I don't believe in all that 'only' rot; nevertheless I tell you that she was the one being who ever entirely satisfied my sense of beauty; and I honestly believe I could have chucked the world and been true to Faustina for that alone.
He would destroy this pig who chucked his Jeanne under the chin.