toss at

toss something at someone or something

to throw something at someone or something. Jimmy tossed an apple at Sarah to see what she would do. John tossed a stone at the wall.
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Speaking exclusively, he said, "the toss at least should not be scrapped from the Test matches.
Ray John Saniel, whose votes were tied at 252 with Kian Gomez, was proclaimed winner after the coin toss at the Commission on Elections (Comelec) office at around 9 a.m.
"In brief, if you toss a pizza dough one toss at a time - that is, if you toss then catch - your hands should move in a helical fashion, like they are moving along a spiral, a curved line laid along a cylinder," Associate Professor Friend said.
But when Vaughan goes out for the toss at 8am tomorrow, the Daily Mirror would like to wish him happy landings.
Karachi -- When the two captains go out for toss at the Malahide Cricket Club Ground The Village Malahide, Dublin on Friday, the Ireland captain William Porterfield will toss the Euro coin to invite Pakistan skipper to call (for deciding batting or fielding).
THE toss at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior early tomorrow could decide whether India claim a one-day series victory over Pakistan with one to play.