Definition of kick around
1 : to wander or pass time aimlessly
2 a : to lie about mostly unnoticed or forgotten b : to undergo consideration usually intermittently over a period of time <ideas that have been kicking around for years>
1 : to treat in an inconsiderate or high-handed fashion
2 : to consider, examine, or discuss from various angles
Examples of kick around in a sentence
<the board spent the afternoon kicking around the feasibility of opening an overseas office>
<I really can't do much but kick around at work until I get the rest of the submissions.>
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Rhymes with kick around
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