Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of drop kick.
  • verb transitive To drop (a ball) and kick it after it hits the ground.

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  • verb drop and kick (a ball) as it touches the ground, as for a field goal
  • verb make the point after a touchdown with a dropkick

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Examples

  • When the stereo began to play “Kung Fu Fighting,” Madda stopped body-slamming the women and began to drop-kick them instead.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • When the stereo began to play “Kung Fu Fighting,” Madda stopped body-slamming the women and began to drop-kick them instead.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • I staggered into the cabin and set the alarm for four a.m. before I let drunken sorrow drop-kick me to la-la land.

    Mercy Kill

  • I staggered into the cabin and set the alarm for four a.m. before I let drunken sorrow drop-kick me to la-la land.

    Mercy Kill

  • When the stereo began to play “Kung Fu Fighting,” Madda stopped body-slamming the women and began to drop-kick them instead.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • This feeling of sudden freedom and joy is accompanied by a dizzying drop-kick to the stomach, which can take away the very breath that could re-center me.

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  • “Get off me afore I drop-kick your tiny asses into the next star system,” Tychus growled, much less restrained with the little gaggle of pests.

    Starcraft II: Devils’ Due

  • The score remained 22-22 until the game went into extra time, when Andrew launched a drop-kick from 45 metres and England went through to the semi-final with their first victory against Australia in the southern hemisphere.

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  • “Get off me afore I drop-kick your tiny asses into the next star system,” Tychus growled, much less restrained with the little gaggle of pests.

    Starcraft II: Devils’ Due

  • When the stereo began to play “Kung Fu Fighting,” Madda stopped body-slamming the women and began to drop-kick them instead.

    Slice Of Cherry

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