In As You Like It, what does Rosalind mean when she says, "Not one to throw at a dog," to Celia? In Act 1st scene third

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In order to understand this phrase, think about what is going on in the previous scene.  In that scene, Rosalind has fallen completely in love with Orlando .  She is overcome with the strength of her emotions.  She also seems to suspect...

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