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in the sense of lob
Definition
to throw
The protestors were chanting and lobbing firebombs.
Synonyms
shy (informal),
loft
in the sense of measure
Definition
to estimate or assess
Measure the length and width of the gap.
in the sense of oblige
Definition
to compel someone by legal, moral, or physical means to do something
This decree obliges unions to delay strikes.
Synonyms
railroad (informal),
obligate
in the sense of offer
Definition
to propose as payment
We offered a fair price for the land.
in the sense of park
Definition
to leave or put (someone or something) somewhere
Just park your bag on the floor.
Synonyms
put (down),
stick (informal),
plonk (informal)
in the sense of phrase
Definition
to express orally or in a phrase
The speech was carefully phrased.
in the sense of pitch
Definition
to hurl or throw
Simon pitched the empty bottle into the lake.
Synonyms
chuck (informal),
lob (informal),
bung (British, slang),
in the sense of plant
Definition
to place firmly in position
She planted her feet wide and bent her knees slightly.
Synonyms
in the sense of pose
Definition
to put forward or ask
When I posed the question `Why?', he merely shrugged.
Synonyms
ask,
put,
set,
put forward,
in the sense of posit
Definition
to lay down as a basis for argument
Several writers have posited the idea of a universal consciousness.
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