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  • v  throw through or out of the window
    The rebels stormed the palace and defenestrated the President

  • One Oxfordshire hotel ran a luxury Led Zeppelin weekend, offering guests "TV's to defenestrate" and a menu of red snapper (in tribute to the band's legendary seafood-and-groupie .
  • According to the NBC version, Connal, a onetime semipro hockey player with a hockey player's propensity for violence, burst into the room and offered to defenestrate the thief .
  • Even that didn't defenestrate Capps.

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