To prepare; fix:
(Informal) To upset the composure of; disconcert
To confuse or befuddle, especially by being complicated or varied.
To make accountable; obligate:
To project, cast, or set forth, as in a projection of light.
To give forth; project
To send out into space; cast:
To drop (troops or supplies) by parachute; airdrop
To swing or whisk.
To flip is defined as to turn from one side to the other or to lightly toss.
To move with force or violence; rush
To confound is defined as to confuse someone, defeat an enemy or foil a plan.
To worry, annoy, or frustrate.
To cause (someone) to be unable to think clearly; confuse:
To embarrass; disconcert; abash
Jumble is defined as to confuse something or to mix something up.
To puzzle is defined as to confuse.
To puzzle or perplex
Muddle is defined as to mix up, confuse or think in a confused way, or to mix up a drink.
To confuse or bewilder.
The definition of addle refers to causing someone to become confused or to becoming unable to think clearly.
To spread into new habitats and thereby diverge or diversify. Used of a group of organisms.
To voice; express:
To move rapidly in a circular manner or as in an orbit; circle swiftly
To throw lightly or casually or with a sudden jerk:
The definition of submit is to present to others, obey or suggest.
To throw, cast, fling, or hurl
To force the purchase of (a stock or commodity) by exercising a put option.
To put or throw flat with the face down, as in submission or adoration:
Propel is defined as to cause to move forward or onward.
To throw, usually with careful aim.
To move at a vigorous gait:
To put a peg or pegs into so as to fasten, secure, mark, etc.
To overturn is to flip something over, to conquer or to reverse.
To put in a nonplus; bewilder
To be defeated:
To throw or propel with force; hurl:
The definition of heave is to lift something heavy, or throw something far or with great effort, or to try to vomit.
To put in force
Floor is defined as to cover with a bottom surface, or to press down or astound someone.
To put abruptly or violently
To look through the parts of something by making quick movements with the fingers:
(--- Informal) To throw or propel with force and speed:
To put into a willing or receptive frame of mind; incline:
To throw away, abandon, or get rid of as no longer valuable or useful
(--- Informal) To force out; eject:
To impede the force or movement of (a fluid).
To submit to the power of another, especially after resisting; give up.
To give up, as in defeat; surrender or submit.
(Informal) To knock down; make prostrate
(Baseball) To put out (a base runner).
To pierce with a pin
To affect deeply in mind or emotion:
To cause (a base runner) to advance or (a run) to score by bunting.
To project forward or out.
To get rid of; acquit oneself of; pay (a debt) or perform (a duty)
To force, compel, or urge; incite; constrain
To force to work, usually to excess
Start is defined as to begin, set out to appear or to move suddenly.
Shy is defined as refraining from doing something, often out of fear or nervousness.
To hurl a cricket ball from one end of the pitch toward the batsman at the other, keeping the arm straight throughout the delivery.
To destroy; frustrate
(Intransitive, dated) To move with light, quick steps; to walk or move lightly; to skip.
To exercise (power, influence, etc.)
Ply is defined as to make multiple layers, to work at, to keep supplying or to keep asking questions.
To bring to bear; exercise:
To engage in exercise.
To indicate by beating or drumming.
To remain firm, determined, or resolute:
(Slang) To knock down; floor
(--- Baseball) To hit (a ball) onto the ground.
Toward, to, or on the ground, floor, or bottom:
To move suddenly and fast
To receive (by being in the way).
To have inflicted or imposed on oneself:
To refrain from; avoid or resist. Used with can or cannot:
To give an explanation
To stir up; instigate:
(Comput.) To gain access to (data) that is on a floppy disk, hard drive, etc.
To obtain or appropriate unscrupulously or forcibly:
In a clear manner; so as to be clear
To cause to progress or advance:
To be the cause of or reason for; result in.
To influence or alter.
To attain greater height or a higher level
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