To eject, throw out, or forcefully remove (someone or something).(verb)
To stop, stall, or disconnect suddenly.(verb)
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Use "kick out" in a sentence
"But even those Islamist terrorists like KSM who get a kick out of planning epic terrorist operations share a deep and aggrieved sense with their more religiously motivated cadre that the Muslim-Arab world is under siege."
"Warrie was the baby in monthly ads for the Bayer Aspirin series; Patty was a Gerber baby; Carol did a commercial for Quaker Oats; Marilyn for Ideal Toys; Dave had been the voice of Linus on the Ford Falcon radio commercials from the time he was four years old until he was seven, and Warren got such a kick out of seeing them on television."
"Spencer got a big kick out of hearing Dolly go potty and seeing the yellow liquid in the potty-chair."