Examples of kickup in a Sentence
after their last kickup, they didn't speak to each other for a week
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Definition of kick up
- clouds of dust kicked up by passing cars
- kick up a fuss
Recent Examples of kick up from the Web
The percussive ensemble sound/movement show has been around for decades and is still kicking up clouds of dust with its garbage-can-banging and broom-sweeping routines.
Sure, the wind was kicking up, but for hundreds of thousands of people in California’s wine country, their minds were on the week ahead: school and homework, jobs and email, dinner plans and movie nights.
Before that happens, some publishers are clearly kicking up a storm, using the leverage that comes from the prospect of willful infringement damages to put Spotify on the defensive at this exigent moment.
And even with her low profile, Ms. Yellen managed to kick up a central-banking storm.
The National Weather Service said Saturday the Santa Ana winds have begun to kick up again.
However, the vast majority of cases present as lung infections, likely caused by people kicking up and inhaling spores, usually from soil.
More:Beer Man: Ommegang adds flavorful complexity to the sour ale style Hoss Oktoberfest Lager (6.2% ABV) was a pleasant surprise in that the amber-colored beer was kicked up a notch by the addition of rye malt.
And as the climate changed, Yong reports, new wind patterns kicked up spurring nutrient-rich waters to upwell from the ocean depths—a phenomena that often takes place near the coasts.
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