“ject” = throw

“ject” = throw

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subject The people were SUBJECT to the king and were under his rule and command. (to be subject is to place yourself under another's power)
projectile something thrown in the air with great force."Miss Trunchbull used Amanda Thripp as a projectile."
eject to throw outIn basketball, you can be EJECTED from the game for too many fouls.
jettison to throw things overboard to lighten a boat or a plane
dejected sad
injection a shot"I had to get a flu injection!"
interjection "Hey!" "Ouch!" "Yay!"a word thrown into a sentence
reject to throw something out because it is damaged and/or it cannot be used
trajectory the curved path of a an object that has been thrown
projector a machine that throws images onto a wall"The projector helps us to see the movie."

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