kick down

VERB
  1. open violently
    kick in the doors
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How To Use kick down In A Sentence

  • You should not kick down the ladder when you have succeeded.
  • She was forced to kick down the front door.
  • When you are going up a steep hill and losing speed, you have to kick down.
  • A few minutes later, Gloucester launch a huge kick downfield.
  • He is not the first politician to kick down the ladder by which he has risen to exalted heights.
  • When you are going up a steep hill and losing speed, you have to kick down.
  • He is not the first politician to kick down the ladder by which he has risen to exalted heights.
  • He shouted her name, but she only let him in after he threatened to kick down the door.
  • He is not the first politician to kick down the ladder by which he has risen to exalted heights.
  • Las-a-day! it’s a sore thing to see a stunkard cow kick down the pail when it’s reaming fou. Redgauntlet
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