1. To throw or toss someone or something out of some place or thing. A noun or pronoun can be used between "hurl" and "out." Some jerk in the car ahead of me just opened his window and hurled out a bunch of trash, right there in the middle of traffic! The two guards carried the intruder to the door by the arms and hurled him out.
2. To eject or remove someone from some place or thing. A noun or pronoun can be used between "hurl" and "out." If you keep heckling the comedian, you're going to get hurled out by one of the bouncers. I can't believe she just hurled me out of her life after one silly argument!
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hurl someone or something out (of some place)and hurl someone or something out
to throw someone or something out of some place. The manager hurled them out of the tavern. The manager hurled out the annoying people.
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