Chuck ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Chuck ( verb )

  1. To throw or toss with a quick motion.
  2. To discard or get rid of something.
  3. To pat or tap affectionately.
  4. To make a clucking sound, as a hen.

Origin:

Possibly from old norse "kǫk" (a blow), or an alteration of "choke".

Examples:

  1. He chucked the ball to his friend.
  2. She decided to chuck her old clothes.
  3. He affectionately chucked his baby's chin.
  4. The hen chucked softly to her chicks.
  5. He chuckled and then chucked me under the chin.

(As a noun)

Chuck ( noun )

  1. To throw or toss with a quick motion.
  2. To discard or get rid of something.
  3. To pat or tap affectionately.
  4. To make a clucking sound, as a hen.

Origin:

Possibly from old norse "kǫk" (a blow), or an alteration of "choke".

Examples:

  1. He chucked the ball to his friend.
  2. She decided to chuck her old clothes.
  3. He affectionately chucked his baby's chin.
  4. The hen chucked softly to her chicks.
  5. He chuckled and then chucked me under the chin.
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