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How Do You Spell HURL?

Correct spelling for the English word "hurl" is [h_ˈɜː_l], [hˈɜːl], [hˈɜːl]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of HURL

  1. To twist or turn.

Common Misspellings for HURL

Below is the list of 241 misspellings for the word "hurl".

Usage Examples for HURL

  1. When their companions fell beside them, instead of being frightened they became more furious; and when they were wounded they would pluck the arrows out of their bodies and hurl them back at the Spaniards, falling dead in the very act. - "Christopher Columbus, Complete" by Filson Young
  2. You have to hurl facts back so hard they waken your questioner up. - "The Canadian Commonwealth" by Agnes C. Laut
  3. The fine edge of additional madness that would make a man hurl himself at a loaded gun, was dulled. - "Deadly City" by Paul W. Fairman
  4. Something was dragging and pulling him and trying to hurl him out on the floor like a whipped ball. - "Invisible Links" by Selma Lagerlof
  5. " Had I the voice of Jove," said he, " I would proclaim it throughout the world; and had I an arm like Jove, I would hurl from the globe those villains that would dare attempt to establish in our country a standing army!" - "The Critical Period of American History" by John Fiske

What does hurl stand for?

Abbreviation HURL means:

  1. Hawaiian Underwater Research Laboratory
  2. Halifax Ultimate Recreational League

Conjugate verb Hurl

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have hurled
you would have hurled
he/she/it would have hurled
we would have hurled
they would have hurled
I would have hurl
you would have hurl
he/she/it would have hurl
we would have hurl
they would have hurl

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been hurling
you would have been hurling
he/she/it would have been hurling
we would have been hurling
they would have been hurling

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would hurl
you would hurl
he/she/it would hurl
we would hurl
they would hurl

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be hurling
you would be hurling
he/she/it would be hurling
we would be hurling
they would be hurling

FUTURE

I will hurl
you will hurl
he/she/it will hurl
we will hurl
they will hurl

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be hurling
you will be hurling
he/she/it will be hurling
we will be hurling
they will be hurling

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have hurled
you will have hurled
he/she/it will have hurled
we will have hurled
they will have hurled

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been hurling
you will have been hurling
he/she/it will have been hurling
we will have been hurling
they will have been hurling

IMPERATIVE

you hurl
we let´s hurl

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to hurl

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was hurling
you were hurling
he/she/it was hurling
we were hurling
they were hurling

PAST PARTICIPLE

hurled

PAST PERFECT

I had hurled
you had hurled
he/she/it had hurled
we had hurled
they had hurled

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been hurling
you had been hurling
he/she/it had been hurling
we had been hurling
they had been hurling

PRESENT

I hurl
you hurl
he/she/it hurls
we hurl
they hurl

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am hurling
you are hurling
he/she/it is hurling
we are hurling
they are hurling

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

hurling

PRESENT PERFECT

I have hurled
you have hurled
he/she/it has hurled
we have hurled
they have hurled

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been hurling
you have been hurling
he/she/it has been hurling
we have been hurling
they have been hurling

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it hurl

SIMPLE PAST

I hurled
you hurled
he/she/it hurled
we hurled
they hurled
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