Kick and Rat


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Kick verb – To express dissatisfaction, pain, or resentment usually tiresomely.
Rat and kick are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Rat" instead a verb "Kick".
Nearby Words: kicked, kickback, kicker, kicking
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Rat verb – Catch rats, especially with dogs.
Kick and rat are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Kick" instead a verb "Rat".
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old old kick old rat
good good kick good rat
single single kick single rat
brutal brutal kick brutal rat
Other adjectives: wild, nasty, small, actual, real, huge, little, bad, vicious, cute, flying, last, occasional, literal, biggest.

Both words in one sentence

  • Rat Stomp Turns out that the 'problem' is a giant, fire-breathing rat, and the locals regularly get a kick out of watching cocky adventurer types being beaten by it.
    Source: Rat Stomp
  • After blocking an attack from the "boss" rat, the Smoke Shield clears, revealing that the two have been aged-up to adulthood and promptly kick the demon's butt.
  • Sassy Secretary The clients take it upon themselves to learn enough Irish to rat her out and kick her out onto the street.
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Rat and Kick. (2016). Retrieved 2022, January 22, from
Kick & Rat. N.p., 2016. Web. 22 Jan. 2022. <>.
Rat or Kick. 2016. Accessed January 22, 2022.

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