adjective. ['ˈθroʊn'] caused to fall to the ground.
Words that Rhyme with Thrown
Example sentences of the word thrown
1. Verb, past participle
A broken table leg often means that the table will be thrown out and replaced.
2. Noun, singular or mass
Relax and enjoy the party thrown in your honor.
Quotes containing the word thrown
1. A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him.
- David Brinkley
2. And you know, whether it's drama or comedy, the best work is based on truth. It's just that, with comedy, the circumstances are just crazy-heightened, and you have these crazy things thrown at you. But you still have to do it truthfully, because that's where the humor comes from. So it's not that difficult to cross over.
- Tony Hale
3. I’ve known people that the world has thrown everything at to discourage them...to break their spirit. And yet something about them retains a dignity. They face life and don’t ask quarters.
- Horton Foote
adjective. thrown away.
adjective. ['ˈθroʊn'] twisted together; as of filaments spun into a thread.
- thrown and twisted