So saying, he thrust his boot into the snow, intending to kick it over the girl.
"I think you oughter make a kick, sir," said Dixon, hesitatingly.
She could scratch, kick, and bite—and stab too; but for stabbing she wanted a knife.
Not at all, plase your honour—I say it was well but I got a kick of the baast.
Stop that barkin', now, you whelp, Or I'll kick you till you yelp!
If 'twere not for some twinges of the gout, I'd kick you out!
Again, and this time with purpose, did Grey Beaver kick him.
I know well enough my mare did not kick you before you struck her.
It is undoubtedly tremendous, but nothing to kick up such a row about.
He tried to kick himself aside, but the pull of the liquid was too powerful for him.