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lob (something) at

1. To hurl or toss something at someone or something, especially in a long, high arc. He started lobbing snowballs at the kids across the street. Stop lobbing dirt at our neighbors' house!
2. To attack, question, or criticize someone verbally. The reporter started lobbing questions at the CEO about his alleged ties to organized crime. A heckler in the audience kept lobbing insults at the comic for most of his routine.
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lob something at someone or something

to throw or toss something at someone or something. Who lobbed this thing at me? They lobbed a stone at the cat, but that only made it mad.
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The coaching to young players (6 to 14 years of age) under PTF - JTI program will also be sponsored by Lobbing Love.
Kulgam (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], July 15 ( ANI ): A militant was apprehended for injuring a soldier of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) by lobbing a grenade at the troops at Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam district on Saturday.
Boyd grabbed his first goal in 10 games with a superb finish, latching on to Seb Hines' ball and lobbing Josh Lillis from the edge of the area.
Tarrant, 60, was arrested on Sunday night after "lobbing" cutlery at a fellow diner in Nottingham.
However, Burren fought back brilliantly, Declan Rooney lobbing over a point and Kevin McKernan fisting over to level the game before Murdock sent over the winning point.
For the first time, the Border Security Force (BSF) had to retaliate with machine gun fire last night against Pakistan's lobbing of rockets.
The visitors took only 60 seconds to find the target, midfielder Scott Robertson brilliantly lobbing over advancing home keeper Gary O'Connor from 20 yards.
ASTON VILLA hero Paul Merson is mobbed by his team-mates after lobbing home a last-minute 30-yard wonder goal which saw off Everton at Goodison Park yesterday.