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Noun
A sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure
“Chuck would get a kick out of driving down the highway on Route 66.”
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Pleasure, especially when gained from the satisfaction of a desire
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The emotion usually following humour and accompanied by laughter
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Great happiness and exhilaration
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Exciting or fast-paced activity
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A feeling of great enthusiasm and eagerness
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Plural for a strike with the foot, usually forcibly
“The officer simply gave the door a good kick, and as expected, the frame gave way.”
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Plural for a strong or sharp flavor or smell
“Heavy spices were used to give a kick to an otherwise bland selection of vegetables.”
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(figuratively) Plural for energy, vitality or vigor
“It does my heart good to see him with that extra kick in his step.”
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Plural for a temporary interest in a particular thing
“I would suggest that increased numbers had more to do with last year's hot summer than a sudden health kick by visitors.”
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Plural for a feeling, act or declaration of disapproval or objection to something
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“They pay for nothing, but they are the first ones to raise a kick about someone not living up to the schedule.”
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Plural for a jerking or buckling motion
“The pool ball took a wild kick, up off the table.”
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Plural for a collision or impact, typically caused by a kicking action
“Working on the bread, she felt a kick against her abdomen. She stopped, startled a moment, her hands deep, gripping in the dough, and felt the kick again.”
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Plural for a complaint or protest over something believed to be wrong or unfair
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Plural for an abrupt rough or violent movement
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Plural for a hit or stroke of the ball in sports
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Plural for the degree to which the muscles in a body part are developed
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(sport) Plural for a pass from a teammate that results directly in a score
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Plural for an activity done regularly in one's leisure time for pleasure
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Plural for something that arouses activity or energy in someone or something
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Plural for kick starting with ball on ground
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Plural for fulfillment
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Plural for help or encouragement given to someone or something
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Plural for an insult caused by a failure to show someone proper respect or attention
Verb
To strike or propel, usually forcibly, with the foot
“The kicker may kick the ball from any point directly behind the spot where the catch was made.”
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To quit or stop a habit
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“On any given day, there are literally thousands of people trying to kick the smoking habit.”
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To recoil, as of firearms when fired
“You expect these powerful guns to kick hard enough to hurt you.”
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To express dissatisfaction, pain, or resentment, usually tiresomely
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“Sports fans in the stadium would kick all day about the calls of the umpire.”
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To take violent or aggressive action against
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To solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim)
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(sport) To kick, hit, or throw (the ball) to another player
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To collide forcefully with something
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To fend off or defend against something hostile
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Give or cause to give a short, sudden jerking or convulsive movement
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To strike, especially with force
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To cause to give in to pressure
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To prevent oneself from
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