How Do You Spell KICK?

Correct spelling for the English word "kick" is [k_ˈɪ_k], [kˈɪk], [kˈɪk]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of KICK

  1. stop consuming; "kick a habit"

Common Misspellings for KICK

Below is the list of 273 misspellings for the word "kick".

Usage Examples for KICK

  1. The playing fields, the game, the black round ball in his arms, and finally the kick on the ankle. - "Real Ghost Stories" by William T. Stead
  2. Without a word he gave the dog a kick. - "Edgar Saltus: The Man" by Marie Saltus
  3. Not that she would be likely to kick up a row, you know, but- well, for policy's sake. - "The Hollow of Her Hand" by George Barr McCutcheon
  4. Don't kick up any fuss. - "The Rustlers of Pecos County" by Zane Grey
  5. Mr. Bundercombe continued, there's nothing the matter with Mr. Walmsley; but I come from a country where there's a bit more kick about politics, and I pretty soon made up my mind that the kick wasn't on the side my young friend belongs to. - "An Amiable Charlatan" by E. Phillips Oppenheim