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Mum! Jimmy kicked me!
Some children will bite and kick when they get angry.
He kicked the bottle towards the bin and missed.
Southgate kicked the door open.
She felt as if she had been kicked in the stomach.
the pleasure of kicking a ball across a stretch of grass
Take your baby’s nappy off and let her kick a bit.
Amanda has finally managed to kick smoking.
Do you smoke and want to kick the habit?
Flora kicked her horse into a canter.