What is kick in?

  • (verb): Enter a particular state.
    Synonyms: set in
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on kicks, kick:

Advanced Kicks - Multiple Kick
... In Japanese karate, the term ren geri is used for several kicks performed in succession ... competitions, the ability to use multiple kicks without setting the foot down has become a viable option, not only for effectiveness but also for stylish aesthetics ... In Taekwon-Do, three types of multiple kick are distinguished Double kick (i-jung chagi) - two kicks of the same type executed in succession by the same foot in the same ...
Gamesmanship - Football/soccer
... it is considered good sportsmanship to kick the ball out of play if a player on the opposing side is injured when the ball is to be thrown in, it is also considered to be good sportsmanship in this ... of gamesmanship intended to break the flow of play When a free kick is awarded, members of the defending team will often pick up the ball and drop it back behind them as they retreat ... is to prevent a swiftly taken free kick ...
2006–07 Scottish Challenge Cup - Second Round
60', 64' Savage 71' Kaczan 56' MacKay 88' Report Report link Date 29 August 2006 Kick off 1930 Stadium Cliftonhill, Coatbridge Attendance 180 Referee Colin ...
1937 Pittsburgh Pirates (NFL) Season
... Brett 39 pass from Thompson (Weinstock kick) Philadelphia – Hanson 3 run (Smukler kick) Pittsburgh – Davidson 19 pass from Gildea (Niccolai kick) Philadelphia – Hewitt 7 pass from Smukler (Smukler kick ...
... Kick-'em-Jenny (also Kick'em Jenny or Mt ... Kick-'Em-Jenny) is an active submarine volcano or seamount on the Caribbean Sea floor, located 8 km (5 mi) north of the island of Grenada and about 8 km (5 mi) west of ... Kick-'em-Jenny rises 1,300 m (4,265 ft) above the sea floor on the steep inner western slope of the Lesser Antilles ridge ...

More definitions of "kick in":

  • (verb): Open violently.
    Example: "Kick in the doors"
    Synonyms: kick down

Famous quotes containing the word kick:

    As a general rule, do not kick the shins of the opposite gentleman under the table, if personally unaquainted with him; your pleasantry is liable to be misunderstood—a circumstance at all times unpleasant.
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)

    It is hard for thee to kick against the pricks.
    Bible: New Testament Jesus, in Acts, 9:5.

    The words of Christ to Saul (St. Paul)