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keck

(kɛk)
vb (intr)
1. to retch or feel nausea
2. to feel or express disgust
[C17: of imitative origin]

keck

(kɛk)
n
(Plants) another name for cow parsnip, cow parsley
[C17: from kex, which was mistaken as a plural (as if kecks)]

keck

(kɛk)

v.i.
1. to retch.
2. to feel or show disgust or strong dislike.
[1595–1605; perhaps akin to choke]

keck


Past participle: kecked
Gerund: kecking

Imperative
keck
keck
Present
I keck
you keck
he/she/it kecks
we keck
you keck
they keck
Preterite
I kecked
you kecked
he/she/it kecked
we kecked
you kecked
they kecked
Present Continuous
I am kecking
you are kecking
he/she/it is kecking
we are kecking
you are kecking
they are kecking
Present Perfect
I have kecked
you have kecked
he/she/it has kecked
we have kecked
you have kecked
they have kecked
Past Continuous
I was kecking
you were kecking
he/she/it was kecking
we were kecking
you were kecking
they were kecking
Past Perfect
I had kecked
you had kecked
he/she/it had kecked
we had kecked
you had kecked
they had kecked
Future
I will keck
you will keck
he/she/it will keck
we will keck
you will keck
they will keck
Future Perfect
I will have kecked
you will have kecked
he/she/it will have kecked
we will have kecked
you will have kecked
they will have kecked
Future Continuous
I will be kecking
you will be kecking
he/she/it will be kecking
we will be kecking
you will be kecking
they will be kecking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been kecking
you have been kecking
he/she/it has been kecking
we have been kecking
you have been kecking
they have been kecking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been kecking
you will have been kecking
he/she/it will have been kecking
we will have been kecking
you will have been kecking
they will have been kecking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been kecking
you had been kecking
he/she/it had been kecking
we had been kecking
you had been kecking
they had been kecking
Conditional
I would keck
you would keck
he/she/it would keck
we would keck
you would keck
they would keck
Past Conditional
I would have kecked
you would have kecked
he/she/it would have kecked
we would have kecked
you would have kecked
they would have kecked
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