heave (something) at (someone or something)

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heave (something) at (someone or something)

To throw something, often something heavy, in the direction of someone or something else. Stu was so angry that he heaved a pan at his sous-chef. I heaved an encyclopedia at the cluster of crickets so they would get out of my way.
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heave something at someone or something

to throw something at someone or something. Fred heaved a huge snowball at Roger. The thug heaved the rock at the window and broke it to pieces.
See also: heave