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OverthrownOverthrow O`ver*throw", v. t. [imp. Overthrew; p. p.
Overthrown; p. pr. & vb. n. Overthrowing.]
1. To throw over; to overturn; to upset; to turn upside down.
His wife overthrew the table. --Jer. Taylor.
2. To cause to fall or to fail; to subvert; to defeat; to
make a ruin of; to destroy.
When the walls of Thebes he overthrew. --Dryden.
[Gloucester] that seeks to overthrow religion.
Syn: To demolish; overturn; prostrate; destroy; ruin;
subvert; overcome; conquer; defeat; discomfit; vanquish;
Meaning of thrown from wikipedia
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can be further modified
by the attachment
of handles, lids, feet and spouts. granulate
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that are deliberately
lost are sometimes called thrown
games. team is often
said to have tanked
the game instead
of having thrown
- situations include inanimate objects being picked
up and thrown; noises
such as knocking, rapping, or even human
voices; and physical
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are sometimes considered
- (window or opening
likewise, it can also refer
to the condition
of being thrown
out of a window, as in 'the defenestration
- thinner-walled pieces
and a wider variety
of shapes, including stemmed
vessels, so wheel-thrown pottery
can be distinguished
- skill, or variously
an artist skilled
in the art of throwing knives
, the weapon
s thrown, and a target.
disc s (including frisbees
) can be thrown
in many ways. all involve spinning
the disc to give it gyroscopic
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, a force
is a situation
when a baserunner
(or forced) to vacate
his time-of-pitch base—and