Origin of kick-up
Related Words for kick-upstink, flap, confusion, ruckus, commotion, controversy, excitement, hassle, furor, agitation, argument, worry, row, to-do, perturbation, objection, fight, altercation, storm, ado
Examples from the Web for kick-up
Historical Examples of kick-up
Whether or no to tell her of the 'kick-up at Joyfields' exercised his mind.
The heavier the charge and lighter the arm the greater the flip or kick-up.The Modern American Pistol and Revolver
A. C. Gould
I've been having quite a kick-up with my sisters about it lately.The Lee Shore
Perhaps, if you would confess, you are as fond of a kick-up on your way home as anybody.In Luck at Last
For the first two days of this new 'kick-up,' that 'fellow Freeland's' family undoubtedly tasted the sweets of successful mutiny.