Synonyms for chuck

Grammar : Verb
Spell : chuhk
Phonetic Transcription : tʃʌk

Top 10 synonyms for chuck Other synonyms for the word chuck

Définition of chuck

Origin :
  • "to throw," 1590s, variant of chock "give a blow under the chin" (1580s), possibly from French choquer "to shock, strike against," imitative (see shock (n.1)). Related: Chucked; chucking.
  • verb throw aside, throw away, throw out
Example sentences :
  • The Dutchman is game, an' if he ever gets to the Black's throat-latch he'll chuck it.
  • Extract from : « Thoroughbreds » by W. A. Fraser
  • Look up Dan and 'Chuck' and the rest of the crowd again, at Comet's place.
  • Extract from : « Salvage in Space » by John Stewart Williamson
  • When I go out I 'll take and chuck it in the water along with that there purse.
  • Extract from : « The Silver Box (First Series Plays) » by John Galsworthy
  • Hang it all, I feel like a beast to chuck you out this way, but I have partners, you know.
  • Extract from : « Galusha the Magnificent » by Joseph C. Lincoln
  • We're going to chuck you a line: mind and be ready to catch it.
  • Extract from : « Harper's Young People, October 5, 1880 » by Various
  • He couldn't have made more uproar about it if I had proposed to chuck him overboard.
  • Extract from : « The Rescue » by Joseph Conrad
  • "So don't bother to pinch me," he added, as Chuck and John lifted their arms.
  • Extract from : « Phyllis » by Dorothy Whitehill
  • Phyllis and Daphne were left, and Chuck and Jerry looked at them uneasily.
  • Extract from : « Phyllis » by Dorothy Whitehill
  • Oh, Chuck, isn't it hateful not to be able to do a single thing to help?
  • Extract from : « Phyllis » by Dorothy Whitehill
  • She hurried to the telephone and got the Vincents' house on the wire and asked to speak to Chuck.
  • Extract from : « Phyllis » by Dorothy Whitehill

Antonyms for chuck

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