Kick synonyms

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A torture device used on the feet or legs, such as a Spanish boot.
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A blow with the foot
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A sudden, strong feeling of surprise or disappointment; a shock.
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A container made of glass, stone, earthenware, etc., usually cylindrical, with a large opening and no spout: some jars have handles
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The snap made by a finger which is held down toward the palm by the thumb and then suddenly released
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A sudden, forceful push or shove
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An open flatbottom boat with squared ends, used in shallow waters and usually propelled by a long pole.
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(Australian rules football, rugby, American football) A kick made by dropping the ball on the ground and kicking it as it bounces up.
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A kick, as for a kickoff or field goal, for which the ball is held or propped up in a fixed position on the ground.
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(Sports) An unobstructed kick of a stationary ball, as in soccer or Rugby, especially one that is awarded when the opposition commits a foul.
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The definition of a complaint is an expression of, or the cause of, pain, anger, discontent, regret or annoyance.
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The act of reproving or something said in reproving; rebuke; censure
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Strong criticism.
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The definition of beef is the flesh of a cow, bull or steer.
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An exciting or being excited; agitation
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(Countable) An activity that is entertaining or amusing, such as dancing, gunning, or fishing.
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Expense; cost:
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Power to live or go on living
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(Countable) A hit or strike with one's fist.
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A heavy blow, punch.
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Propel is defined as to cause to move forward or onward.
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(Intransitive) To make the first kick in a game or part of a game.
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To find fault; declare annoyance
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To find fault with:
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Carp is defined as to find fault or nag unreasonably.
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The act of striking or hitting.
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(--- Law) The formal registration of protest against the admission of a piece of evidence at trial, on the grounds of some legal defect.
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(Uncountable) The condition of enjoying anything.
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(Medicine) A slight palpable vibration associated with a cardiac murmur and certain other cardiac or respiratory conditions.
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(Archaic) An odor; smell; aroma
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Any of the four natural phenomena involving the interaction between particles of matter. From the strongest to the weakest, the four forces are the strong nuclear force , the electromagnetic force , the weak nuclear force , and gravity .
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To strike or pound repeatedly, usually in some sort of rhythm.
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To perform (a shot or maneuver) successfully:
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To attempt to stop the progression of; to resist or antagonize by physical means, or by arguments, etc.; to contend against; to confront; to resist; to withstand.
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To withdraw one's support or help from, especially in spite of duty, allegiance, or responsibility; desert:
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Bang is defined as to hit or smash.
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To increase; raise:
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(Formal, intransitive) To kick.
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Eject is defined as to release or give off.
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Wiseman
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(Intransitive) To be very worried or excited about something, often too much.
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(Informal) To complain naggingly or petulantly; grumble.
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To speak in an angry or surly manner.
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(Intransitive) To make a low, growling or rumbling noise, like a hungry stomach or certain animals.
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(Archaic) To oppose
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The rate at which work is done, or energy expended, per unit time. Power is usually measured in watts (especially for electrical power) or horsepower (especially for mechanical power). For a path conducting electrical current, such as a component in an electric circuit, P = VI, where P is the power dissipated along the path, V is the voltage across the path, and I is the current through the path.
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To express disapproval; object; dissent
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(By extension) To express repugnance or opposition.
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(Intransitive, now rare) To retreat before an opponent. [from 14th c.]
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(Intransitive) To oppose.
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To grasp or get suddenly with or as with a bite; snatch
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To reject something contemptuously.
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To stop is defined as to block, close, defeat, prevent from moving or bring to an end.
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(Obsolete) To give strength to; to strengthen. [12th-17th c.]
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To kick with impatience or uneasiness.
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(Countable) An inadequate quality; fault
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The state or character of being powerless; absence or lack of power.
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(Of an edge) bluntness.
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The quality, state, or characteristic of being tasteless.
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The condition of being bored; ennui.
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Praise is defined as to give someone approval, or to thank God.
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To present something to (a person) as an act of politeness or respect
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(Nautical) To pour out; to empty; to tap and begin drawing from.
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(Sewing) To shorten by hemming.
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To grumble or sulk.
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(Intransitive) to be grumpy
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To complain or beg in a childishly undignified way, as with a whine
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(Informal) To find fault with; complain about.
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To seek or shoot grouse.
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To complain or whine, especially needlessly.
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To criticize spitefully, often for the sake of complaining rather than in order to have the problem corrected.
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Challenge means to stop someone and ask for their identification.
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To voice opposition; object:
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To exclude; to specify as being an exception.
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To say in protest; object:
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The definition of inveigh is to rant against something, or to speak or write about something with great hostility.
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(Intransitive, chiefly historical) Specifically, to lodge an official objection (especially by means of a remonstrance) with a monarch or other ruling body.
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To report an infraction; to rat on or tattle; to disclose a secret.
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To destroy the strength, firmness, or consistency of.
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Used other than as an idiom: see cut,"Ž out. To separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument; sever
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A formal complaint, especially in the context of a unionized workplace.
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(Law) A formal protest against a ruling of the trial court on a question of law, such as the admissibility of a certain piece of evidence, to make clear for the record that the issue is being preserved for a potential appeal.
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(Uncountable) A comment of earnest reasoning meant to dissuade or remonstrate.
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A protest; objection
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A document setting forth certain points or listing complaints, grievances, etc.
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A keen stimulus or incitement; a goad or spur:
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An improvement in mood
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(Informal) A large area of elevated atmospheric pressure; an anticyclone.
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A journey; an excursion or jaunt.
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An attention-getting device or feature, typically superficial, designed to promote the success of a product, campaign, etc.
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A personal tendency, esp. an eccentric one; quirk
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(Slang) A surprise ending, ironic twist, etc.
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A different or unexpected development, action, or idea:
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A member of a Germanic tribe first mentioned by Tacitus, one of several which invaded Britain and merged to become the Anglo-Saxons.
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To express negative feelings, especially of dissatisfaction or resentment
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To express negative feelings, especially of dissatisfaction or resentment
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To assume and carry successfully, as the part of an actor; to represent or act; to sustain.
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To proceed with (doing an activity); to prolong (an activity).
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Plural form of drug
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A strong, pleasant feeling of excitement or stimulation
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Ability means a special talent or skill.
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(Slang) Incriminating information or evidence:
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The action of the verb to kick.
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The intensely pleasurable sensation experienced immediately after use of a stimulant or a mind-altering drug.
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A rush of strong feeling:
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(Now Chiefly Dial.) To complain
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To hold forth about something in an opinionated manner
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Alternative form of quitch.
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To complain in a nagging or whining way
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(Idiomatic) To relax.
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