"This for you," and he brought the bucket perilously near one of the kickers' heads.
If any appeal from the agent's decisions, they are "kickers" and "insubordinate."
kickers, as I have already said, should never be taken into any hunting field.
Three of these watches were genuine tickers; the rest were only kickers.
Of course there were kickers, but those kind of people will be found everywhere.
When any one of them reacts, it trips the kickers and we emerge.
Corps' prides met each other face to face at every step, but the kickers smiled easily and indulgently.
Over the shoulders of the kickers whirled the buckle-end of a belt.
From the position of the battery, it looked as if the kickers were taking a walk over some extremely difficult country.
The half-backs and backs have usually been men of speed coupled with skill as kickers.
Shoes, esp tennis shoes (1950s+ College students)
[fourth sense probably fr poker, ''a high card kept, along with a pair, in draw poker,'' found by 1892]