Definitions

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  • verb To kick for a second time (such as a ball, in sports)
  • noun The action of swinging a foot or leg for a second time (or the flight of an object kicked again)

Etymologies

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Examples

  • U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo stopped the first penalty kick, but the Brazilians were awarded a rekick on a dubious referee call of encroachment on an American player some 15 yards away.

    Wambach for President

  • If she couldnt rekick the story somehow, shed be remembered forever as the ugly whod blown the biggest story since the mind-rain, a useless kicker whod needed Tally Youngblood to find the real facts.

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • The rekick hit one of the field goal posts and missed.

    Choke

  • The rekick hit one of the field goal posts and missed.

    Choke

  • The rekick hit one of the field goal posts and missed.

    Choke

  • After a 10-yard penalty for batting the onside kick out of bounds, Rams linebacker Chris Chamberlain cradled Matt Prater's rekick.

    PHOTOS: Fans Call For McDaniels' Firing After 36-33 Loss To St. Louis

  • What nobody knew was that the story was blank except for a rekick to his little sisters feed.

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • After a 10-yard penalty for batting the onside kick out of bounds, Rams linebacker Chris Chamberlain cradled Matt Prater's rekick.

    PHOTOS: Fans Call For McDaniels' Firing After 36-33 Loss To St. Louis

  • What nobody knew was that the story was blank except for a rekick to his little sisters feed.

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  • If she couldnt rekick the story somehow, shed be remembered forever as the ugly whod blown the biggest story since the mind-rain, a useless kicker whod needed Tally Youngblood to find the real facts.

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