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  • v. To relax.


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  • Uh-oh it's a double bill now I'm really feeling ill it's "Beaches" followed by "The Way We Were" now I'm in an awful mood plus I'm eating awful food when all I wanted was to kick back and unwind

    Good Thing He Can't Read My Mind (Note: Brand new Dude version and Dude/Dudette Duet version here)

  • These are called widow-makers by lumberjacks because of the explosive energy in the sprung trunk, coiled to kick back and fling the saw in your face or just knock you flat.


  • Investors are looking for standardized contracts that govern private-label deals, better loan disclosures and easily enforceable provisions to kick back loans that don't meet agreed upon standards.

    Government Stays Glued to Mortgage Market

  • Any other time, he’d have been perfectly happy to kick back and talk about preseason baseball, the O’s chances this year, and the rookie infielder who showed such potential.

    The Hollow


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  • Informal: to take it easy; relax: /kicked back at home and watched TV./

    April 29, 2009