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The latter trod on the toes of the former, whereupon the former threatened to "kick out of the cabin" the latter.
THE BOOK OF ANECDOTES AND BUDGET OF FUN;VARIOUS
A far-off volley rumbled over the plain, and a few birds stirred uneasily among the trees.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
And with that the host gave him such a kick as sent him howling into the street, amidst the roars of the company.
THE BOOK OF ANECDOTES AND BUDGET OF FUN;VARIOUS
I knowed, a-course, that I could go kick up a fuss when Simpson stopped by his office on his trip back from Goldstone.
ALEC LLOYD, COWPUNCHERELEANOR GATES
Next morning the hero of Wagram, lame from the effect of a kick from his horse, was summoned before the Emperor.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
And I should kick the bottom out of dis crate just because you don't like the looks of somebody behind us!
HOODED DETECTIVE, VOLUME III NO. 2, JANUARY, 1942VARIOUS
"Kick a few uh his ribs out uh place for a starter," Piegan coolly advised.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
To make quite sure the man of law administered another kick.
THE GARRET AND THE GARDENR.M. BALLANTYNE
Hole on till I give myself another good, ten-hoss-power kick!
ALEC LLOYD, COWPUNCHERELEANOR GATES
Jean was to be an architect—God knows why—but Aristide settled it, definitely, off-hand.
THE JOYOUS ADVENTURES OF ARISTIDE PUJOLWILLIAM J. LOCKE
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WORDS RELATED TO KICK OFF

  • carrying
  • entering
  • filling in
  • freighting
  • importing
  • including
  • infixing
  • injecting
  • inlaying
  • inletting
  • insetting
  • insinuating
  • instilling
  • intercalating
  • interjecting
  • interpolating
  • interposing
  • putting in
  • sending
  • shipping
  • throwing in
  • transporting
  • working in
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Fletcherizeverb (used with or without object) | [flech-uh-rahyz ]SEE DEFINITION