But the relative definition certainly kicks in here.
Jenn slammed her hands and kicks into the punching bag.
He felt reasonably sure they would not kill him, unless they got their kicks out of seeing people freak out before murdering them.
The migrating buffalo, which seeks new pastures in another latitude, is not extravagant like the cow which kicks over the pail, leaps the cowyard fence, and runs after her calf, in milking time.
Jule kicks my ass every time we spar.
Her kicks were ineffectual against the guardsman's chainmail, and his sword plunged into her chest.
Looks like you can buy one for about ten bucks unless some late bidder jumps in and kicks up the price.
Entreaties, cuffs, and kicks could not drive them back, so at their own instance they were put down in the ship's run for salvation.
Remember what I say; BE kicked by him; account his kicks honours; and on no account kick back; for you can't help yourself, wise Stubb.
While spending the day with Cynthia Byrne was of itself a pleasant contemplation, accompanying relatives to identify corpses, especially those that had been under water for a week, was, in Dean's estimation, right up there with root canals and swift kicks in the you-know-whats.