Simple past tense and past participle of kick.(verb)
Empty with nothing left to smoke but ash.(adjective)
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Use "kicked" in a sentence
"Perhaps it is a safety concern due to the amount of attention this has been receiving, but if that's the case the term kicked out seems too harsh."
"But Hussein kicked the ball right back at the Khartoum government, refusing to pay the fine and choosing instead to spend a month in jail to show solidarity with the thousands of other women, Muslim and non-Muslim, that the so-called Islamic Sudanese regime singles out for its brand of hollow piety."
"At midnight Friday May 1, Fiji passes a deadline set by the Pacific Islands Forum to schedule elections to be held this year or be kicked from the regional group."