drop-kick


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drop kick

n. Sports
A kick made by dropping a ball to the ground and kicking it just as it starts to rebound.

drop′-kick′ v.

drop-kick


Past participle: drop-kicked
Gerund: drop-kicking

Imperative
drop-kick
drop-kick
Present
I drop-kick
you drop-kick
he/she/it drop-kicks
we drop-kick
you drop-kick
they drop-kick
Preterite
I drop-kicked
you drop-kicked
he/she/it drop-kicked
we drop-kicked
you drop-kicked
they drop-kicked
Present Continuous
I am drop-kicking
you are drop-kicking
he/she/it is drop-kicking
we are drop-kicking
you are drop-kicking
they are drop-kicking
Present Perfect
I have drop-kicked
you have drop-kicked
he/she/it has drop-kicked
we have drop-kicked
you have drop-kicked
they have drop-kicked
Past Continuous
I was drop-kicking
you were drop-kicking
he/she/it was drop-kicking
we were drop-kicking
you were drop-kicking
they were drop-kicking
Past Perfect
I had drop-kicked
you had drop-kicked
he/she/it had drop-kicked
we had drop-kicked
you had drop-kicked
they had drop-kicked
Future
I will drop-kick
you will drop-kick
he/she/it will drop-kick
we will drop-kick
you will drop-kick
they will drop-kick
Future Perfect
I will have drop-kicked
you will have drop-kicked
he/she/it will have drop-kicked
we will have drop-kicked
you will have drop-kicked
they will have drop-kicked
Future Continuous
I will be drop-kicking
you will be drop-kicking
he/she/it will be drop-kicking
we will be drop-kicking
you will be drop-kicking
they will be drop-kicking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been drop-kicking
you have been drop-kicking
he/she/it has been drop-kicking
we have been drop-kicking
you have been drop-kicking
they have been drop-kicking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been drop-kicking
you will have been drop-kicking
he/she/it will have been drop-kicking
we will have been drop-kicking
you will have been drop-kicking
they will have been drop-kicking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been drop-kicking
you had been drop-kicking
he/she/it had been drop-kicking
we had been drop-kicking
you had been drop-kicking
they had been drop-kicking
Conditional
I would drop-kick
you would drop-kick
he/she/it would drop-kick
we would drop-kick
you would drop-kick
they would drop-kick
Past Conditional
I would have drop-kicked
you would have drop-kicked
he/she/it would have drop-kicked
we would have drop-kicked
you would have drop-kicked
they would have drop-kicked

drop-kick


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A ball dropped and kicked on the bounce.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.drop-kick - make the point after a touchdown with a dropkick
football, football game - any of various games played with a ball (round or oval) in which two teams try to kick or carry or propel the ball into each other's goal
kick - drive or propel with the foot
2.drop-kick - drop and kick (a ball) as it touches the ground, as for a field goal
football, football game - any of various games played with a ball (round or oval) in which two teams try to kick or carry or propel the ball into each other's goal
kick - drive or propel with the foot
References in classic literature ?
They joined the boys who had brought it out, all small School-house fellows, friends of East; and Tom had the pleasure of trying his skill, and performed very creditably, after first driving his foot three inches into the ground, and then nearly kicking his leg into the air, in vigorous efforts to accomplish a drop-kick after the manner of East.
No need to call, though: the School- house captain of quarters has caught it on the bound, dodges the foremost School boys, who are heading the rush, and sends it back with a good drop-kick well into the enemy's country.
And if these miss the ball, and it rolls dangerously in front of our goal, Crab Jones and his men have seized it and sent it away towards the sides with the unerring drop-kick. This is worth living for--the whole sum of school- boy existence gathered up into one straining, struggling half- hour, a half-hour worth a year of common life.
Tom's respect increased as he struggled to make out his friend's technicalities, and the other set to work to explain the mysteries of "off your side," "drop-kicks," "punts," "places," and the other intricacies of the great science of football.
After all, who needs a degree in astrophysics when you can drop-kick a bottle-cap into the Sky?
The Brazilian international showed his aptitude in his very first pre-season with the club last summer and also has a Guinness World Record for longest drop-kick.
Combat has been fleshed out with new moves including the Rushing Boar (a rush attack), Floating Butterfly (a flying drop-kick) and the Swooping Hawk (ground pound).
Russell missed two drop-kick attempts to win it but he retained his belief.
A Will Hurrell try on 80 minutes and Cliffie Hodgson's drop-kick conversion set up a tense finish, but a Matt Jones drop goal attempt drifted wide of the right post on the final whistle.
While there was hesitancy and suspect decision-making in the first 40 minutes, the visitors returned after the break with ice flowing through their veins as first Dunbar made the most of two chinks in the Italian defence before Weir kept calm to slot over a matchwinning drop-kick.
"He was attempting to kick the stewards in a drop-kick motion, and then he threw a punch towards them," said Stephen Davies, prosecuting.
Saracens fan Stuart Tinner won the jackpot by hitting the crossbar with a drop-kick in his socks and without even taking his coat off.