kicker

[ UK /kˈɪkɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈkɪkɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a player who kicks the football
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How To Use kicker In A Sentence

  • RHYS PRIESTLAND: Saw Halfpenny continue from Dublin as first-choice goalkicker, and he appeared to thrive without that pressure. WalesOnline - Home
  • He was first-choice goalkicker for two early-season games. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the Downbelows' debut, Toronto punk vets (ex-members of Trigger Happy, Tirekickers, et al.) gang together for an ode to their favourite rapidly gentrifying neighbourhood.
  • He started out as a defender, moved to midfield and remained there in high school - where he was also the kicker for the football team.
  • On the other side Kilkenny's kickers had the kind of day any kicker dreads.
  • I found something quite significant while watching the tapes: the best underwater kickers don't kick parallel to the surface.
  • As the boy led her from the stable she came out with her ears laying back and her short tail switching; and I said to myself, "here will be a job breaking a kicker and balker. Twenty Years of Hus'ling
  • Naturally left-footed, Southwell has now become one of the main kickers, for club and country, in defence and attack.
  • Apparently "shitkicker" is indeed a genetic trait. LEVERAGE: Stork Raving Mad/Open Thread
  • Arguably the world's best player, astonishing skill and power in the midfield and great goal kicker. Times, Sunday Times
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