What is another word for thrower?

Pronunciation: [θɹˈə͡ʊə] (IPA)

The word "thrower" means someone or something that throws or launches an object. Some synonyms for the word thrower include pitcher, hurler, launcher, heaver, tosser, flinger, chucker, caster, and lobber. Each of these synonyms conveys a slightly different connotation and is used in different contexts. For example, a pitcher is commonly used in baseball and cricket, while a hurler is more commonly used in Irish sports such as hurling and camogie. Similarly, a launcher might be used to refer to a toy launcher, whereas a chucker might be used to describe someone throwing with excessive force. In any case, these synonyms provide a range of options for describing someone or something that throws.

Synonyms for Thrower:

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What are the hyponyms for Thrower?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

Usage examples for Thrower

Thus ended in wretched anticlimax the meteor career of Lola Montez; Wonder Woman and wanderer; over-thrower of a dynasty and worse-than-mediocre dancer.
"Superwomen"
Albert Payson Terhune
The body of Jack Peters was ten feet to his left, burned beyond recognition and crumpled over a flame thrower which he'd eliminated in the last few moments of the fighting.
"Border, Breed Nor Birth"
Dallas McCord Reynolds
You feel yourself under an obligation to Miss Verney because of her intervention between you and that vitriol-thrower.
"Swirling Waters"
Max Rittenberg

Famous quotes with Thrower

  • The stone often recoils on the head of the thrower.
    Elizabeth I
  • John Philoponus (c. 490-570) of Alexandria... refuted Aristotle's theory that the velocities of falling bodies in a given medium are proportional to their weight, making the observation that "if one lets fall simultaneously from the same height two bodies differing greatly in weight, one will find that the ratio of the times of their motion does not correspond to the ratios of their weights, but the difference in time is a very small one." …He also criticized Aristotle's theory of projectile motion, which states that the air displaced by the object flows back to push it from behind. Instead Philoponus concluded that "some incorporeal kinetic power is imparted by the thrower to the object thrown" and that "if an arrow or a stone is projected by force in a void, the same will happen much more easily, nothing being necessary except the thrower." This is the famous "impetus theory," which was revived in medieval Islam and again in fourteenth century Europe, giving rise to the beginning of modern dynamics.
    John Freely

Related words: croquet ball thrower, baseball thrower, javelin thrower, dart thrower, shot put thrower, hammer thrower, discus thrower, disc thrower

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