kicker

[ kik-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF kicker

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KICKER

But here's the kicker: even though no one else can get in, you can't get out!

"No, I'll go out after that kicker," he said, ashamed of his slovenly work.

It was a kicker, like the ostrich; in fight it did not use its beak, but its foot.

Was the Marigold a real yacht, or just a row-boat with a kicker behind?

He hated the one twin for kicking him, and the other one for being the kicker's brother.

His one idea is to be a kicker as long as he can think of anything to kick about.

To ride a kicker in the hunting-field is highly injudicious and unfair.

If there be degradation in violence, it affects the kicker as well as the kicked.

I don't believe that you know what a "foot-pusher" or "kicker" is.

There was Belle Bingley, all frizzy hair and a kicker; we put her on to him.

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