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[θɹˈə͡ʊn], [θɹˈə‍ʊn], [θ_ɹ_ˈəʊ_n]

Synonyms for Thrown:

motivated (verb)

bumped, catapulted, driven, drove, encouraged, energized, enticed, fermented, fired, flung, fomented, forced, goaded, hastened, heaved, hurled, hurtled, impelled, induced, inspired, instigated, jerked, jogged, jolted, jostled, knocked, launched, lobbed, magnetized, motivated, moved, nudged, pitched, poked, prodded, prompted, propelled, provoked, punched, pushed, rammed, shot, shoved, slung, stimulated, stricken, struck, threw, thrust, triggered, urged.

propelled (verb)

bowled, bunted, butted, canted, cast, chucked, compelled, flicked, pelted, precipitated, projected, shunted, tossed.

Other synonyms and related words:

abortive, acquire, addled, aground, amazed, anxious, apprehensive, astonished, astounded, at a loss, at a nonplus, at a standstill, at bay, attain, aux abois, baffled, balance, bamboozled, be afraid, be irresolute, beat, beaten, become, bemused, bewildered, blind, boggle, bootless, bowled over, buy, catch, changeable, chaser-balancer, coerce, commemoration, communicate, compromise, confounded, confuse, confused, convey, coquet with, crazy, crossed, dacker, dally with, dawdle, dazed, dazzled, debate, deficient, delirious, demented, demur, dillydally, directed, discharged, discomfit, discompose, disconcert, disconcerted, disconcerted dashed, dislodge, disorganized, dispensable, displace, distraught, disturb, doubtful, down, driven to extremity, dumbfounded, dumbstruck, dumfounded, earn, employ, engage, engross, error, failure, fall, false plea, falter, fearful, fetch, flabbergasted, flattery, fling, floored, flummoxed, frantic, frenzied, frustrated, fuddled, futile, gain, get, go halfway, graveled, hang in suspense, hard hit, hard up, hesitate, hint, hover, hum and haw, immature, impel, imperfect, impotent, in suspense, inactivity, inadequate, incompetent, ineffectual, inefficacious, inefficient, inept, inexpectation, inferior, inoperative, inservient, insufficient, inutile, keep in suspense, knocked for six, knocked out, knocked sideways, lame apology, lame excuse, less, lesser, licked, lose, lower, make a compromise, makeshift, memento, memorandum, memorial, mere pretext, minor, minus, moonshine, muddle-headed, muddled, muzzy, mystified, nonplused, nonplussed, note, of no avail, on tenterhooks, operate, overwhelmed, pause, perplexed, pinched, pretense, proctor, propel, put aside, put to it, puzzled, rattled, reduced to straits, redundant, remain neuter, reminder, remove, retire, retract, run hard, secondary, secondrate, send, set fast, shallow pretext, shift, shocked, shook up, small, smaller, soft sawder, sophistry, sorely pressed, sour grapes, special pleading, speechless, staggered, startled, straitened, stranded, stuck, stuck fast, stumped, stunned, sub, subaltern, subordinate, suggestion, sunk, superfluous, surprised, taken aback, tangled, terrified, think twice about, throw, throwing, thrown and twisted, thunderstruck, timid, twisted together, unattained, unavailing, uncertain, uncompleted, undecided, unglued, unhinged, unhorsed, unsettled, unskillful, unstable, unsubservient, untruth, up a tree, upset, use, useless, wasted, waver, white lie, wild, withdraw.

Rhymes for Thrown:

  1. cone, sown, cohn, lone, hone, drone, known, grown, loan, crone, sewn, moan, mon, shone, throne, phone, bone, roan, prone, clone, zone, tone, scone, groan, own, rhone, blown, shown, stone;
  2. trombone, homegrown, atone, hipbone, condone, unknown, bemoan, alone, malone, intone, disown, cologne, dethrone, postpone, cyclone, capone;
  3. overblown, unbeknown, calderon, bourguignon, overthrown, overgrown;

Quotes for Thrown:

  1. Wise sayings often fall on barren ground, but a kind word is never thrown away. Arthur Helps.
  2. As a reward for their efforts, however, those early Christians were beaten, stoned to death, thrown to the lions, tortured and crucified. Every conceivable method was used to stop them from talking. Josh McDowell.
  3. How little the public realizes what a girl must go through before she finally appears before the spotlight that is thrown upon the stage. Florenz Ziegfeld.