Definition of Get a kick out of

1. Verb. (idiomatic) To be delighted by; to be amused by. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Get A Kick Out Of

get-pennies
get-penny
get-rich-quick
get-together
get-togethers
get-up
get-up-and-go
get-ups
get-well card
get a charge from
get a charge out of
get a fix
get a grip
get a handle on
get a jump on
get a kick out of (current term)
get a leg up
get a life
get a line
get a load
get a load of
get a look
get a move on
get a noseful
get a rise
get a rise from
get a rise out of
get a room
get a whiff
get a wiggle on

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