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To throw off

To expel; to free one's self from; as, to throw off a disease.
To reject; to discard; to abandon; as, to throw off all sense of shame; to throw off a dependent.
To make a start in a hunt or race.

See also: Throw Throw Throw

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to the south
To the teeth
To think better of
To think much
To think much of
To think scorn
To throw about
To throw away
To throw back
To throw by
To throw down
To throw down the gauntlet
To throw down the glove
To throw dust in one's eyes
To throw in
To throw in gear
-- To throw off --
To throw on
To throw one's self down
To throw one's self on
To throw out
To throw over
To throw overboard
to throw the book at
To throw up
To throw up another's heels
To throw up the sponge
To thrust away
To thrust in
To thrust off
To thrust on
To thrust one's nose into
To thrust one's self in
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