Synonyms of toss in English:

toss


See US English definition of toss

See UK English definition of toss

See Spanish definition of lanzamiento

verb

1‘he tossed his tools into the boot’

SYNONYMS
throw, hurl, cast, fling, sling, pitch, shy, lob, propel, launch, project, send, dash, bowl
informal heave, chuck, bung

2‘he tossed a coin and it landed heads up’

SYNONYMS
flip, flick, spin, twist

3‘I tossed and turned all night’

SYNONYMS
flail, thrash about, roll, tumble
jerk, twitch, wriggle, writhe, squirm

4‘the ship tossed, shaken furiously’

SYNONYMS
lurch, reel, list, keel, veer, labour, flounder, plunge, rock, roll, sway, undulate, pitch, heave, wallow, make heavy weather
pitchpole

5‘toss the salad ingredients together gently’

SYNONYMS
shake, stir, turn, churn, mix, combine

6‘Paula pursed her lips and tossed her head’

SYNONYMS
throw back, jerk, jolt

noun

1‘Louise gave a small toss of her head’

SYNONYMS
jerk, jolt, throw
cast, fling, hurl, heave, delivery, lob

Phrases

    toss something off

    ‘Roger tossed off a full glass of wine’


    SYNONYMS
    drink, drink down, drink up, quaff, swallow, gulp, gulp down, drain, put away, guzzle, sup, sip, finish off
    informal down, swill, swig, slug, sink, kill, polish off, knock back
    British informal neck
    North American informal scarf, scarf down, scarf up, snarf, snarf down, snarf up, chug
    rare ingurgitate, bib