Synonyms for Hurl:

n.

rage, cry out, chant, bellow, roar, shout, yell, scream, cry, call out. aim, point, dash, direct, shy. bring up, bloated, chuck up, carsick, bilious, come up, airsick, cloy. charge, surge, gallop, outpace, be quick on your feet. act (noun)
cast.
hurl (noun)
cast, throw, hurtle, lunge, thrust.
throw (noun)
study at throw.

v.

communication (verb)
throw.
contact (verb)
hurtle, cast.
motivate (verb)
provoke, move, jolt, stimulate, bump, hurtle, foment, induce, punch, inspire, strike, entice, instigate, jog, force, energize, urge, ferment, jostle, poke, trigger, motivate, prompt, jerk, hasten, knock, encourage, magnetize, shoot, nudge.
propel (verb)
goad, ram, fire, cast, impel, lob, chuck, prod, flick, shunt, thrust, precipitate, toss, fling, catapult, throw, pitch, push, launch, pelt, bowl, propel, heave, bunt, shove, sling, drive, butt, cant, compel, project.
throw forcefully (verb)
launch, heave, fire, sling, pitch, chuck, cast, propel, project, lob, toss, fling.

Other synonyms:

direct. dash. point, aim. send off
launch.

Usage examples for hurl

  1. He became the target of bitter attack: no epithet was too vile to hurl upon him. – The War After the War by Isaac Frederick Marcosson
  2. For at first the shells seemed to have had little effect except to hurl the giants back a mile or so from the ship. – The Giants From Outer Space by Geoff St. Reynard
  3. I remained where I found myself, afraid to move;- one false step might, I felt, hurl me into a destruction which though it would not be actual death would certainly be something like chaos. – The Life Everlasting: A Reality of Romance by Marie Corelli