Synonyms for Throw:

n.

catch, clap, dash, dump, elbow, let go, plop, plunk, shy, slap. activate, actuate, coax, crank, eject, engage, flash, retrieve, start. aim, direct, point, turn off. astonish, astound, cast down, defeat, nail, overwhelm, pin, raise, shock, stagger, stun, surprise, shake up, flash mob, spring a surprise. appease, back down, check out, concede, give away, give in, give up, go down, lose, roll over, submit, surrender, go out, bomb out of. bantamweight, bout, box, boxer, boxing, count out, bare-knuckle, arm-wrestling. backhand, ball, blast, bring down, chip, corner, cross, deck, delivery, dive, down, floor, ground, knock-down, level, prostrate, rise. addle, balance, bend, bestride, bow, burrow, cower, crane, crook, crouch, dizzy, double over, feelings, muddle. affect, come up, invoke, knowledge, mention, note, stump, touch on, allude to, tell of, refer to, talk in terms of something. detain, exercise, exert, imprison, incarcerate, institutionalize, intern, jail, lock away, ply, put out, wield, hold someone for ransom. bareback, bridle, canter, dismount, equestrian, gallop, groom, irradiate, radiate, break in. blaze, flare, glare, gleam, glow, light, shine, sparkle, trip, catch the light. abandon, burden, desert, disadvantage, embarrass, forsake, inhibit, let down, plague, quit, throttle, walk out on, bring up against, count against, run out on. jab, jar, shoulder, strain, thrust aside. glance, peek, peep, give someone/something the once-over, sneak a look/glance etc. at, steal a glance/look, take one look at. bedclothes (noun)
afghan, bedclothes, bedding, bedspread, blanket, bolster, canopy, comforter, counterpane, bedlinen.
throw (noun)
bedevil, befuddle, bemuse, bewilder, cam stroke, cast, confound, confuse, contrive, discombobulate, drop, fox, fuddle, give, have, hold, hurl, make, project, shake off, shed, switch, throw away, cast off, throw off.

v.

communication (verb)
give.
confuse (verb)
addle, astonish, befuddle, bewilder, confound, dizzy, throw off.
contact (verb)
thrust.
motivate (verb)
bump, encourage, energize, entice, ferment, foment, force, hasten, hurtle, induce, inspire, instigate, jerk, jog, jolt, jostle, knock, magnetize, motivate, move, nudge, poke, prompt, provoke, punch, shoot, stimulate, strike, trigger, urge.
propel (verb)
bowl, bunt, butt, cant, cast, catapult, chuck, compel, drive, fire, flick, fling, goad, heave, hurl, impel, launch, lob, pelt, pitch, precipitate, prod, project, propel, push, ram, shove, shunt, sling, thrust, toss.
propel something through the air (verb)
bunt, butt, cant, cast, catapult, chuck, dash, drive, fire, flick, fling, floor, force, heave, hurl, impel, launch, let go, lob, overwhelm, pelt, pitch, precipitate, project, push, shove, shy, sling, start, thrust, toss.

Other synonyms:

addle, clap, plop, plunk, slap. exert, glance, irradiate, peek. deck, direct, dump, floor, prostrate, radiate, wield. abandon, dash, stump. aim, down, muddle, point. dizzy, peep. confuse
bewilder, confound, discombobulate.
send off
launch.
throw-off
throw off.
unsettle
fuddle.
Other relevant words:
abandon, addle, affect, afghan, astonish, astound, bedevil, bedspread, befuddle, bemuse, bend, bewilder, blanket, blast, bring down, cam stroke, cast down, clap, comforter, confound, confuse, contrive, counterpane, dash, deck, desert, detain, direct, discombobulate, dizzy, down, drop, dump, eject, embarrass, exercise, exert, floor, forsake, fox, fuddle, give, give up, ground, have, irradiate, jar, let go, level, lose, make, muddle, overwhelm, plop, plunk, ply, prostrate, put out, quit, radiate, shake off, shed, shine, shock, shy, slap, stagger, start, strain, stump, stun, surprise, switch, throw away, trip, turn off, wield, shake up, walk out on.

Usage examples for throw

  1. We will throw them into the water- throw them from you. – Timar's Two Worlds by Mór Jókai
  2. So I didn't want to throw him over. – The Golden Silence by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  3. " Then I must throw something at Chetwode's head when I see him," thought Felicity. – The Twelfth Hour by Ada Leverson