Definition of Outkicking

1. Verb. (present participle of outkick) ¹



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Definition of Outkicking

1. outkick [v] - See also: outkick

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outkicking

outjumping
outjumps
outjut
outjuts
outjutted
outjutting
outkeep
outkeeper
outkeepers
outkeeping
outkeeps
outken
outkept
outkick
outkicked
outkicking (current term)
outkicks
outkill
outkilled
outkilling
outkills
outkiss
outkissed
outkisses
outkissing
outlabour
outlaboured
outlabouring
outlabours
outlaid

Literary usage of Outkicking

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1. American Football by Charles Dudley Daly (1921)
"Overrunning on the part of an end generally results from the kicker outkicking his ends—that is, kicking so far that the ends feel they must go full speed ..."

2. Football for Public and Player by Herbert Reed (1913)
"The kicking system carefully observed, the spectator may turn to the defense against it, noting carefully whether the punter is outkicking his ends so that ..."

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