verb (keeps, keeping, kept)
- The main tower of a castle or fortress, located within the castle walls.
- Noun, Support.
- He works as a cobbler's apprentice for his .
- (Middle English) note; take keep take note
- And shame it is, if a preest take <br>A shiten shepherde and a clene sheep CHAUCER G.P. 503-4
- (transitive) To maintain possession of.
- I a small stock of painkillers for emergencies.
- (transitive) To preserve.
- I my specimens under glass to protect them.
- (transitive) To remain in, to be confined to.
- 1605, w:William_Shakespeare, William Shakespeare, King Lear, III.ii,
- :The wrathful skies
- :Gallow the very wanderers of the dark
- :And make them their caves.
- (transitive) To restrain.
- I my brother out of trouble by keeping him away from his friends and hard at work.
- (intransitive) To continue.
- I taking the tablets, but to no avail.
- (context, intransitive, cricket) To act as wicket-keeper.
- Godfrey Evans kept for England for many years.
- A gambling game, a variety of the game of lotto, played with balls or knobs, numbered, and cards also numbered.
- 1971: Memories of this night are extremely hazy. All I have, for guide-pegs, is a pocketful of cards and cocktail napkins, all covered with scribbled notes. " Hunter S. Thompson, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Harper Perennial 2005, p. 41)
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- A hit or strike with the leg or foot or knee.
verb (kicks, kicking, kicked, kicked)
- A to the knee.
- The action of swinging a foot or leg.
- The ballerina did a high and a leap.
- (colloquial) Something that tickles the fancy; something fun or amusing.
- I finally saw the show. What a !
- I think I sprained something on my latest exercise .
- (internet) The removal of a person from an online activity.
- (figurative) Any bucking motion of an object that lacks legs or feet.
- The car had a nasty the whole way.
- The pool ball took a wild , up off the table.
- To strike or hit with, or raise one's foot or leg.
- Did you your brother?
- He enjoyed the simple pleasure of watching the kickline .
- (transitive) To direct to a particular place by a blow with the foot or leg.
- Kick the ball into the goal.
- (internet) To remove a participant from an online activity.
- He was kicked by "chanserv" for flooding.
- (context, music, in drumming) Pertaining to the foot, activated by a pedal, usually where a hit is caused by a pedal, as in kick-drum, double-kick, etc..
- A sport, a cross between soccer and baseball
- (sports) One who takes kicks.
- (nautical) The kicking strap.
- (colloquial) That which is particularly difficult or troublesome.
- John wants to climb the wall, but the is that it is thirty feet tall.
- (context, finance) An enticement for investors, e.g. warranty added to the investment contract.
- (informal) A statement that amplifies self evidency of truth.
- The is that he wants all this tomorrow.
- (poker) An unpaired card which is part of a pair, two pair, or three of a kind poker hand.
- Jill's hand was two pair, aces and sevens, with a king .
- Order; balance.
- Out of .
- An English and Scottish surname; a nickname for someone who either acted as if he were a king or had worked in the king's household
- (slang) A dismissal
- (archaic) A boy; especially, a boy servant.
- (archaic) Any male servant; a menial.
- A tricky, deceitful fellow; a dishonest person; a rogue; a villain.
- A playing card marked with the figure of a servant or soldier; a jack.
- An abrupt rapping sound, as from an impact of a hard object against wood
- I heard a on my door.
- An impact.
- He took a on the head.
- (rfv-sense) the act of hitting a tennis ball with a partner for warm up purposes
- (cricket) a batsman's innings.
- He played a slow but sure of 35.
- To rap one's knuckles against something, especially wood.
- Knock on the door and find out if they're home.
- To bump or impact.
- I knocked against the table and bruised my leg.
- (rfv-sense) To hit a tennis ball with a practice partner to warm up before a match.
- (colloquial) To denigrate, undervalue.
- Don't it until you've tried it.
- (rfv-sense) (colloquial) To feature a loud bass section.
- Any of the joints between the bones of the fingers.
- By extension of (1) a mechanical joint.
- A cut of meat.
- (context, sports, billiards, snooker, pool) The curved part of the cushion at the entrance to the pockets on a cue sports table.