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(verb) 
Definition
to drive, push, or hit with the foot or feet
Sabrina kicked me in the shin under the table.
Synonyms
boot
One guy booted the door down.
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strike
She took two steps forward and struck him across the mouth.
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knock
He was mucking around and he knocked her in the stomach.
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put the boot in(to) (slang)
(verb) 
Definition
to free oneself of (an addiction)
(informal)  I'm trying to kick the habit.
Synonyms
give up
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break
If you continue to smoke, keep trying to break the habit.
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stop
We need to stop wasting so much money.
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abandon
The authorities have abandoned any attempt to distribute food.
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quit
I'm trying to quit biting my nails.
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cease
A small number of firms have ceased trading.
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eschew
He eschewed publicity and avoided nightclubs.
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leave off
,
desist from
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end
Talks have resumed to try to end the fighting.
(noun) 
Definition
an exciting effect
(informal)  I got a kick out of seeing my name in print.
Synonyms
thrill
I remember the thrill of opening presents on Christmas morning.
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buzz (slang)
Performing still gives him a buzz.
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tingle
a sudden tingle of excitement
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high (informal)
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sensation
She caused a sensation at the Montreal Olympics.
(noun) 
(informal)  The coffee had more of a kick than it seemed on first tasting.
Synonyms
pungency
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force
He changed our world through the force of his ideas.
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power
the power of his rhetoric
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edge
Featuring new bands gives the show an edge.
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strength
He was surprised at the strength of his own feeling.
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snap (informal)
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punch
The film lacks punch and pace.
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intensity
His intensity, and the ferocity of his feelings alarmed me.
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pep
They need something to put the pep back in their lives.
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vitality
He fell in love with her for her vitality and sense of fun.
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verve
He played with great style and verve.
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zest
Lemon oil adds zest to your cuppa.
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potency
The potency of the flavours increases with time.
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tang
Some liked its strong, fruity tang.
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piquancy
a little mustard to add piquancy

Phrasal verbs

See kick against something

Additional synonyms

in the sense of abandon
Definition
to give up completely
The authorities have abandoned any attempt to distribute food.
Synonyms
give up,
cut out,
pack in (British, informal),
leave off,
desist from
in the sense of break
Definition
to cause (a person) to give up (a habit)
If you continue to smoke, keep trying to break the habit.
Synonyms
give up,
kick (informal),
cut out,
pack in,
leave off,
say goodbye to
in the sense of buzz
Definition
a sense of excitement
Performing still gives him a buzz.
Synonyms
charge (slang),
kick (informal),
stimulation,
titillation,
flush of excitement

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