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kited

See definition of kited on Dictionary.com
  • as inclear out
  • as inget out

synonyms for kited

  • beat it
  • begone
  • decamp
  • depart
  • go
  • hightail
  • kite
  • make oneself scarce
  • remove oneself
  • retire
  • scram
  • skedaddle
  • split
  • take a hike
  • take off
  • vamoose
  • withdraw

antonyms for kited

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  • arrive
  • fill
  • fill up
  • put
  • rush in
  • come
  • stay
  • capture
  • grab
  • seize
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How to use kited in a sentence

The voice kited up to a shriek of agony, like that of a wounded animal.
DEADLY CITYPAUL W. FAIRMAN
Nothing that fifteen to twenty grand wouldn't have fixed—but while I scrounged around, trying to get cash, I kited a few checks.
BACK TO JULIERICHARD WILSON
Those who have kited and driven, tell me that driving disturbs and unsettles the birds far more than the kite.
TWENTY-SIX YEARS REMINISCENCES OF SCOTCH GROUSE MOORSWILLIAM ALEXANDER ADAMS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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