What is toss?

  • (verb): Throw or toss with a light motion.
    Example: "Toss me newspaper"
    Synonyms: flip, sky, pitch
    See also — Additional definitions below


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Some articles on toss:

Basket Toss
... A Basket Toss is a stunt performed in cheerleading using 3 or more bases to toss a flyer into the air ...
La Ruleta De La Fortuna - Puzzles - Prueba De Velocidad (Toss-Up Puzzle)
... There are three Toss-Ups in each show, two at the beginning and one in the near end ... In the events of a tie before the Bonus Round, a Toss-Up is played to decide the player that proceeds to this Round, but no cash is awarded ...
Modern Toss - Apps
... The Daily Toss Your Daily Serving of Modern Toss is an iPhone and iPad app developed by Modern Toss and Aimer Media ... Cartoons from the Modern Toss archive are presented in a dated sequence in seasonal batches ...
Captain (Australian Rules Football) - Captain's Responsibilities - The Toss
... Before the start of a match, a coin toss between the captains is used to determine which end of the ground each team will kick to ... The away captain calls the coin toss, and the winning captain makes the choice of end ...

More definitions of "toss":

  • (verb): Agitate.
    Example: "Toss the salad"
  • (verb): Lightly throw to see which side comes up.
    Synonyms: flip
  • (noun): The act of flipping a coin.
    Synonyms: flip
  • (noun): An abrupt movement.
    Example: "A toss of his head"
  • (verb): Throw carelessly.
    Synonyms: chuck
  • (noun): (sports) the act of throwing the ball to another member of your team.
    Synonyms: pass, flip

Famous quotes containing the word toss:

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    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)

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    If certain, when this life was out—
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    Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)