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Synonyms for kick

boot

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kick against something

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  • oppose
  • resist
  • complain about
  • object to
  • protest against
  • spurn
  • rebel against
  • grumble about
  • gripe about

kick off

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kick someone off something

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  • dismiss from
  • ban from
  • exclude from
  • bar from
  • discharge from
  • exile from
  • banish from
  • evict from
  • oust from
  • expatriate from
  • blackball from
  • throw you out of
  • send packing from
  • turf you out
  • show you the door out of

kick someone out

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kick something around

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Synonyms for kick

to express negative feelings, especially of dissatisfaction or resentment

to express opposition, often by argument

to desist from, cease, or discontinue (a habit, for example)

kick around: to speak together and exchange ideas and opinions about

kick in: to give in common with others

kick out: to put out by force

an expression of dissatisfaction or a circumstance regarded as a cause for such expression

a stimulating or intoxicating effect

a strong, pleasant feeling of excitement or stimulation

a temporary concentration of interest

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a clever, unexpected new trick or method

Synonyms for kick

the act of delivering a blow with the foot

the swift release of a store of affective force

the backward jerk of a gun when it is fired

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informal terms for objecting

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the sudden stimulation provided by strong drink (or certain drugs)

a rhythmic thrusting movement of the legs as in swimming or calisthenics

drive or propel with the foot

thrash about or strike out with the feet

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spring back, as from a forceful thrust

References in periodicals archive ?
Twisting kicks can also be performed as a flying technique (twimyo) or as part of a two direction kick (sang bang chagi) and is in fact part of the iconic split kick so familiar to ITF Taekwondo practitioners.
In addition, other studies on fast limb movements such as tennis strokes (Tanabe and Ito, 2007) and soccer instep kick (Katis and Kellis, 2010) sampled images by the rate of 200 frames per second.
Well, at this point, let's first see how--I'm going to kick the can
Wombourne Leisure Centre will run classes on October 14 with Little Kick taking place from 10.
Matthew Kremer absorbed two shots from the Royal of Simi Valley boys' soccer team, the first on a goal by Rafael Alvarez and the second during an altercation with Highlanders' goalkeeper Nick Eldridge during penalty kicks.
By winding the machine's "leg" and then releasing it, Dan could maintain a consistent kick throughout his experiment.
If they land the kick from 50m they will bag the top prize, from 40m they'll receive pounds 25,000, a 30m kick will get them pounds 10,000, a 20m kick pounds 5,000 and a 10m kick pounds 1,000.
Saturday, 14 July, away v Cammell Laird, kick off 3pm.
A new law needs to be introduced that goes something like this: when a free kick is awarded players from the team that has been penalised must retreat at least ten yards from the place where the kick will be taken as quickly as possible.
Clarence Goodson's glancing header from Greg Vanney's free kick two minutes into overtime gave FC Dallas the advantage, but Mathis forced penalties with a drive from outside the box.
I see bad snaps and holds for the place kick and bad long snaps even on the Division I level.
On the following day, an experimenter again charted kick rates for infants either in the original playpen or in one draped by a liner with a slightly different design.
Nguyen hopes to create awareness and educate pregnant women about the Kick Count method as a way to achieve a healthy and safe pregnancy and potentially prevent stillbirth.
We've got players who can kick long distances, but in terms of intelligent kicking we're not quite there at the moment.