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An unwelcome surprise that prompts or forces fresh effort. A grave setback or disappointment. Act in a forceful or aggressive manner. Be annoyed with oneself for doing something foolish or missing an opportunity. Cause someone a grave setback or disappointment. Reject someone or something. Remove someone from an influential position in a business by giving them an ostensible promotion. Cause further misfortune to someone who is already in a difficult situation. Beat, dominate, or defeat someone. Put off confronting a difficult issue or making an important decision, typically on a continuing basis.
Inform oneself about the quality of a product, service, etc. From the idea of assessing the condition of the tires on a used car being offered for sale by kicking them lightly.
Object loudly or publicly to something. Relax or enjoy oneself. Continue to play or perform well. An indentation in the bottom of a glass bottle, diminishing the internal capacity. More example sentences. Stone said. Word of the day. Trending Words Most popular in the world. Are You Learning English? Basic Guidelines For English Spellings.Looking to just kick it
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