sling at

sling (something) at (someone or something)

1. To toss, throw, or heave something in the direction of someone or something else. They popped up from behind the bushes and started slinging snowballs at us. The people in the crowd slung rotten vegetables at the condemned man as he marched through the town square.
2. To give or offer something, especially money, to someone, especially as an incentive to do something. They slung a bunch of money at the famous actor to star in their crappy commercial.
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sling something at someone or something

to heave or toss something at someone or something. The child slung a handful of mud at his playmate. Who slung this muddy mess at the side of the house?
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References in classic literature ?
Conseil took up his gun, and aimed at a savage who was poising his sling at ten yards from him.
In case of surgical intervention, it is not our practice to place another synthetic sling at the same time.
As with extrusions, the placement of another sling at the same time as the excision of an erosion is generally not recommended.
In the study, fewer women who elected to get a midurethral sling at the time of their prolapse repair surgery developed post-surgical UI.