: to throw or toss
The 6-foot-1 senior hucked the ball around the field with abandon all night, finishing with a school-record 516 yards …—Doug Drowley Finally one man descends on the fish with a towel and hucks it overboard …—Skip Knowles
transitive + intransitive
: to launch oneself in the air (as from a jump or drop)
… opened up Ski with the Superstars Week a day early when he hucked off a death-defying ledge, pulled his cord and sailed over man-eating cliffs to the lake below—just for kicks.—Troy Hooper Technical style had taken a back seat to stunt, with skaters hucking themselves down stairs, risking life, limb and testicles.—Evan Alan Wright
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