Definition of 'kick on'
Example sentences containing 'kick on'
Now, no doubt, I've created the impression that I'm not a rake worthy of defrocking but a prig worthy of a kick on the bottom.ULTIMATE PRIZES
`Let me go," she repeated more loudly, struggling, waving long legs in the air, landing a deft kick on his.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
Now I suppose I sound smug, worthy of another kick on the bottom, so let me add honestly that family life did have its ups and downs.ULTIMATE PRIZES
JADE ISLAND (2001)
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