Definitions for kickerˈkɪk ər
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a person or thing that kicks.
Slang. a disadvantageous point or circumstance, usu. concealed or unnoticed. a surprising change or turn of events.
Origin of kicker:
a player who kicks the football
One who kicks.
One who takes kicks.
The kicking strap.
An outboard motor.
An unexpected situation or detail.
John wants to climb the wall, but the kicker is that it is thirty feet tall.
An enticement for investors, e.g. warranty added to the investment contract.
An unpaired card which is part of a pair, two pair, or three of a kind poker hand.
Jill's hand was two pair, aces and sevens, with a king kicker.
A particular type of resident of Texas who is associated with country/western attire, attitudes and/or philosophy.
The last paragraph or two of a story.
one who, or that which, kicks
kicker Sportmagazin is Germany's leading sports magazine and is focused primarily on football. The magazine was founded in 1920 by German football pioneer Walther Bensemann and is published twice a week, usually Monday and Thursday, in Nuremberg. The Monday edition sells an average of 240,000 copies, while the Thursday edition has an average circulation of about 220,000 copies. The magazine also publishes a yearbook, the kicker Almanach. It was first published from 1937 to 1942, and then continuously from 1959 to date.
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