Definition of Kick out
1. Verb. Force to leave or move out. "He was expelled from his native country"
Specialized synonyms: Boot Out, Chuck Out, Eject, Exclude, Turf Out, Turn Out, Deport, Exile, Expatriate, Debar, Suspend, Deliver, Deport, Extradite, Banish, Bar, Relegate, Ban, Banish, Blackball, Cast Out, Ostracise, Ostracize, Shun, Ban, Banish
Generic synonyms: Displace, Move
Derivative terms: Expulsion
2. Verb. Remove from a position or office. "The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds"
Specialized synonyms: Excommunicate, Depose, Force Out
Generic synonyms: Remove
Derivative terms: Expulsion, Ouster, Ousting
Definition of Kick out
1. Verb. (idiomatic) To eject, throw out, or forcefully remove (someone or something). ¹
2. Verb. (idiomatic) To stop, stall, or disconnect suddenly. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
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Literary usage of Kick out
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1. A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to by Robert Nares (1859)
"To kick out strongly; generally as an appropriate term for the kicking of horses. Doubtless a mere substitution for jerk, by the common change of j to y. ..."
2. The Encyclopaedia of Sport by Frederick George Aflalo, Hedley Peek (1897)
"(A.) The kick-out when the hall has gone behind. ... kick out or Drop out—[See RULE 2 (R.).] League System—The practice of selecting a definite number of ..."
3. The Tribune Book of Open-air Sports by Ottmar Mergenthaler, Henry Hall (1887)
"If the touch-down is in the player's own goal, he must send the ball by a "kick-out." If any player, guarding his own goal, receives the ball from his own ..."
4. Football for Player and Spectator: By Fielding H. Yost . . by Fielding Harris Yost (1905)
"(c) A Kick-out is a drop-kick, place-kick or punt made by a player of the side ... When kicking out from the ten or twenty-five-yard line on a kick-out, ..."
5. The Young Folk's Cyclopædia of Games and Sports by John Denison Champlin, Arthur Elmore Bostwick (1890)
"(c) Time shall not be called for the end of a half until the ball is dead, and in case of a touchdown, the try-at-goal shall be allowed. kick-out, ..."
6. Athletics and Football by Montague Shearman (1887)
"When goals have been changed at half-time, the side which did not kick off at the commencement of the game shall then kick off. 38. kick out is a drop ..."