quick kick

noun

Definition of quick kick 

: a punt in football especially on first, second, or third down made from a running or passing formation and designed to take the opposing team by surprise

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For those who want to keep their look casual, but still feel prepared to take on the world, try Caraa’s Cumulus bag made from waterproof nylon or Prada’s hot pink nylon tote for a quick kick of ’90s cool. Madeline Fass, Vogue, "Shop 15 Sleek Alternatives to the Bulky Backpack," 21 Aug. 2018 To perform a successful drop kick with an oblong ball requires a precise drop and quick kick, as Flutie showed. Chris Chase, For The Win, "13 incredibly bizarre rules in sports from dress codes to one-point safeties," 11 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of quick kick

1896, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of quick kick was in 1896

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