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kick

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1 a pleasurably intense stimulation of the feelings

  • I get a kick out of downhill skiing
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2 a source of great satisfaction

  • it was a kick for the parents to see their once-shy son star in a Broadway play
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4 a forceful coming together of two things

  • I felt a kick in my hands as the jackhammer came roaring to life
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kick

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1 to express dissatisfaction, pain, or resentment usually tiresomely

  • heʼs been kicking all week about not getting the promotion
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kick up a fuss

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2 to present an opposing opinion or argument

  • fiscal conservatives have already started to kick about the proposed program, claiming it will increase the state's deficit substantially
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take exception, take issue

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