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hurtle

  
  ( hurtles    3rd person present)   ( hurtling    present participle)   ( hurtled    past tense & past participle  ) If someone or something hurtles somewhere, they move there very quickly, often in a rough or violent way.      verb   (=career, dash)  
A pretty young girl came hurtling down the stairs.      V prep  
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hurtle

  
  
barrel (along)     (informal, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)   burn rubber     (informal)   charge, crash, fly, go hell for leather     (informal)   plunge, race, rush, rush headlong, scoot, scramble, shoot, speed, spurt, stampede, tear  

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hurt, hurdle, hurl, hustle

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