Definition of kicky
: providing a kick or thrill : exciting; also : excitingly fashionable
Examples of kicky in a Sentence
needing one last kicky experience in my life, I decided to try bungee jumping
Recent Examples of kicky from the Web
Kendall Jenner made a cameo, too, and was effortlessly cool in casual baggy white pants and a chic boot for a kicky addition.
His engaging bumptiousness is a kicky change from Andrew Garfield’s more brooding incarnation.
One of the great joys of summer shopping (aside from stocking up on kicky swim trunks) is carrying a big fat watermelon home from the supermarket.
Compare this kicky, black-and-white piece to anything even remotely contemporary or mainstream and you might be lost — or glued to your watch.
Sure, going blonde wasn’t going to establish world peace or bring Hillary back from the ashes, but if something as simple as a kicky new summer 'do could perk me up, then sign me up.
Shop's selection (chorizo and steak combo): The kicky spice in the chorizo brought out the smoky taste of the steak.
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