kick out

VERB
  1. remove from a position or office
    The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds
  2. force to leave or move out
    He was expelled from his native country
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How To Use kick out In A Sentence

  • We just get a big kick out of seeing our names in the paper…that's what drives people like us into this business
  • He's not going to kick out social conservatives if they agree with these principles any more than he'll kick out social progressives if they agree with these principles.
  • I swear they get a kick out of it: `Oh, no, I'm afraid that doesn't go up to a EE ', they shout across to the cubicle. LOSING IT
  • Make no mistake - these guys know how to kick out the jams.
  • The German side win a free-kick outside the Chelsea box on the left flank, but the visitors clear.
  • As the farmer poured the fluid into the wounds they would bellow loudly and kick out at him.
  • Folks, sorry if my cheerleading is annoying you, but damn, I get such a kick out of well-written, fact supported and passionate posts like these! Think Progress » Cheney Led Effort To Smear Wilson, Played Dumb
  • I found Sheldon a couple of years ago, and get a kick out of the kid turned bazillionaire and those that gather around him. Sheldon Digs on Thor | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News
  • Always a couple of brutes insist upon impelling you sternwards; from whom the only means to release yourself is to kick out vigorously and unmercifully, when the Arabs will possibly retreat. Notes of a Journey From Cornhill to Grand Cairo
  • We have found too, that these younger patients have a great deal to contribute to our entire treatment programme through their energy and enthusiasm and that they get a kick out of doing so.
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