Definition of Kickups

1. Noun. (plural of kickup) ¹



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Definition of Kickups

1. kickup [n] - See also: kickup

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kickups

kickshoes
kicksled
kicksleds
kicksorter
kickstand
kickstands
kickstart
kickstarted
kickstarting
kickstarts
kickstool
kickstools
kicksy-wicksy
kickt
kickup
kickups (current term)
kicky
kicky-wicky
kid
kid-glove
kid around
kid brother
kid brothers
kid glove
kid gloves
kid leather
kid on the square
kid sister
kid sisters
kidd blood-group system

Literary usage of Kickups

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1. Transactions by North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Metallurgical Society of AIME. (1880)
"This coal is tipped by means of circular tips or kickups a upon screens b, where pieces larger than 3^ inches are separated from the remaining mass. ..."

2. Mining and Engineering: And Miner's Guide by Henry A. Gordon (1894)
"... and the same principle should be adopted at the pit-mouth on the brow, and the trucks run into self-acting kickups to be emptied into a paddock, or, ..."

3. The Cruise of the Alabama by P. D. Haywood (1886)
"The harbor was alive with Chinese and Japanese junks, Anglice " kickups," Malay proas, Java boats, and canoes with outriggers, that are able to ride in any ..."

4. Report on the Mining Industry of New Zealand, Being Papers Laid Before by New Zealand Mines Dept (1887)
"When the trucks are at the top of the incline they run into kickups, and are emptied on to an iron grating made of iron rails. The fine stuff falls into a ..."

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