fling

Synonyms and related words:
approach, assay, attempt, bash, bat, bender, bid, binge, boil, bolt, bout, bowl, bung, bust, career, carousal, carouse, cast, cast at, catapult, celebration, change of pace, change-up, charge, chase, chuck, chuck at, chunk, clap, crack, curve, dart, dash, debauch, downcurve, drinking bout, effort, endeavor, escapade, essay, experiment, fastball, fire, fire at, fling at, flip, fork, forward pass, gambit, gamble, go, haste, hasten, heave, heave at, hie, hump, hump it, hurl, hurl against, hurl at, hurry, hurtle, incurve, indulgence, jerk, knuckleball, lance, lark, lash, lateral, lateral pass, launch, let fly, let fly at, lick, lob, make haste, move, offer, orgy, outcurve, party, pass, peg, pelt, pitch, pitchfork, plank, plop, ploy, plump, plunk, pop, post, propel, put, put the shot, race, rampage, randan, randy, revel, risk, rush, scamper, scoot, scour, scramble, screwball, scud, scurry, scuttle, send, serve, service, shoot, shot, shot-put, shy, shy at, sinker, skedaddle, slap, slider, sling, sling at, snap, spitball, spitter, splurge, spree, stab, stagger, step, step on it, stroke, strong bid, tear, tentative, throw, throw at, thrust, tilt, toot, toss, toss at, trial, trial and error, try, undertaking, upcurve, venture, whack, whirl, wingding

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  • Fling — (fl[i^]ng), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Flung} (fl[u^]ng); p. pr. & vb. n. {Flinging}.] [OE. flingen, flengen, to rush, hurl; cf. Icel. flengia to whip, ride furiously, OSw. flenga to strike, Sw. fl[ a]nga to romp, Dan. flenge to slash.] 1. To cast,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fling — fling; fling·er; pif·fling; scuf·fling·ly; skif·fling; tri·fling·ly; tri·fling·ness; tri·fling; baf·fling·ly; baf·fling·ness; shuf·fling·ly; snuf·fling·ly; sti·fling·ly; …   English syllables

  • Fling — Fling, n. 1. A cast from the hand; a throw; also, a flounce; a kick; as, the fling of a horse. [1913 Webster] 2. A severe or contemptuous remark; an expression of sarcastic scorn; a gibe; a sarcasm. [1913 Webster] I, who love to have a fling,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fling — /fling/, v., flung, flinging, n. v.t. 1. to throw, cast, or hurl with force or violence: to fling a stone. 2. to move (oneself) violently with impatience, contempt, or the like: She flung herself angrily from the room. 3. to put suddenly or… …   Universalium

  • Fling — may refer to:*Fling a brief casual relationship. *Fling (film) a 2008 John Stewart Muller film *FLING, the Struggle Front for the National Independence of Guinea * Fling , a song by Built to Spill from their 1994 album There s Nothing Wrong with… …   Wikipedia

  • Fling — Fling, v. i. 1. To throw; to wince; to flounce; as, the horse began to kick and fling. [1913 Webster] 2. To cast in the teeth; to utter abusive language; to sneer; as, the scold began to flout and fling. [1913 Webster] 3. To throw one s self in a …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fling — ► VERB (past and past part. flung) 1) throw forcefully; hurl. 2) (fling oneself into) wholeheartedly engage in (an activity or enterprise). 3) move with speed: he flung away to his study. 4) (fling on/off) put on or take off (clothes) carelessly… …   English terms dictionary

  • fling — [fliŋ] vt. flung, flinging [ME flingen, to rush < ON flengja, to whip (Norw dial., to throw) < IE base * plāk : see FLAW2] 1. to throw, esp. with force or violence; hurl; cast 2. to put abruptly or violently [to be flung into confusion] 3.… …   English World dictionary

  • fling on — ˌfling ˈon [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they fling on he/she/it flings on present participle flinging on past tense …   Useful english dictionary

  • fling — (v.) c.1300, probably from or related to O.N. flengja to flog, of uncertain origin. The M.E. intransitive sense is that suggested by phrase have a fling at make a try. The noun meaning attempt, attack is from early 14c. Sense of period of… …   Etymology dictionary

  • fling — [n1] casual throw cast, chuck, firing, heave, hurl, launching, lob, peg, pitch, shot, slinging, toss; concept 222 fling [n2] unrestrained behavior affair, attempt, binge, celebration, crack*, essay, fun, gamble, go*, good time, indulgence, orgy,… …   New thesaurus

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