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throw-off British & World English

The release of the hounds at the start of a hunt

throw off British & World English

Begin hunting

throw something off British & World English

Rid oneself of something

throw someone off balance British & World English

Make someone unsteady and in danger of falling

throw something off/on in throw British & World English

Put on or take off (a garment) hastily

put someone off the scent British & World English

Mislead someone in the course of a search or investigation

shackle British & World English

A situation or factor that restrains or restricts someone or something

throw someone off balance in off balance British & World English

Make someone unsteady and in danger of falling

put someone off the scent in scent British & World English

Mislead someone in the course of a search or investigation

throw someone off in throw English Thesaurus

she thought she had thrown off her pursuer

throw something off in throw English Thesaurus

he shrugged, trying to throw off the pain

throw or catch someone off balance in off balance British & World English

Make someone unsteady and in danger of falling


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