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use "toss" in a sentence

When chips must be tossed it is polite to gain the dealer or stickman's attention and toss as few chips as necessary to cover the bet (a $25 chip is preferable to a stack of five $5 chips).

Finally realizing what all his training had been for, kyle used telekinesis to toss out some of his
which, like her sisters, had been chosen because of her ability to negotiate shallow, tortuous, and rapidly flowing, waters far from the sea.

The recording of Hex proved to be tortuous, with plenty of infighting centred around Sutton's stubbornness and dominance of the band.

He is then told about tortuous Convolvulus, a natural troublemaker who can cause dissension and stir up fights between anyone.

18 new huts were erected in a new location in 1999. The Forest Department helped the villagers lay stones on the tortuous way to the village.

"The Convention (21 September, 1792-26 October, 1795) which proclaimed the republic and caused Louis XvI to be executed (21 January, 1793), followed a very tortuous policy toward religion.

They are no longer nightmares, but sdometimes tortuous, and often quite entertaining.

But perhaps the thing to remember when you wake up with a life full of fresh paint and tortuous complications is that eroticism wasn't invented for you, nor merely for the survival of the species perhaps, but for a divinity's entertainment.

He led STAFFORD on a tortuous journey along narrow passageways deep underground.

A vital 30 points up for grabs from the final 15 tortuous testers! It's a long and tortuous story and makes fascinating reading.

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