hurl around

hurl something around

to throw something, such as words, around carelessly. Don't just go hurling foul words around like they didn't mean anything. You are just hurling around words!
See also: around, hurl
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Cowards use the anonymity of Twitter and Facebook to hurl around horrendous slurs.
The dash is always a popular race and on the all-weather the horses certainly hurl around at a furious pace Holmes Dreamer (Eggerton Staunton) claimed victory from Greenhill Emily (Morgan Rhymney) and Maple Star (Perks Presteigne) who could not be separated even with the camera.
This state of affairs has committed us to the long curls of dust which continue to hurl around our houses and streets.
If you take, for example, the hurl around the neck, nobody's safe if a guy swings a hurl around an opponent's neck.
It is fun to hurl around town and long motorway journeys fly by thanks to a well-insulated cabin.
It's also unlikely he'll have the chance to heave himself off the line, hurl around opposing linemen or lurch his 6-foot-4-inch, 290-pound frame onto Cory Paus or DeShaun Foster.
Cork's terrace hero slipped through on goal but was stopped in his tracks by a hurl around the neck from Hartley and the Rebels had a penalty.
But we must understand that people go about their own business, mow their lawns, wash the cars and hurl around Tesco the same as anyone else.
The three times world champion is more readily associated with the roaring, rocket-shaped million pound machines that hurl around racing centres Monza and Monaco.