kick aside

kick someone or something aside

 
1. Lit. to get someone or something out of the way by kicking. The bully kicked Timmy aside and grabbed our cake. I kicked aside the cats and came into the room.
2. . Fig. to get rid of someone or something. He simply kicked aside his wife and took up with some young chick. I kicked the old laptop aside and got a new one.
See also: aside, kick
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Whittingham's early kick aside, the rest of the first half turned into an even encounter as Llandrillo woke up from what was a fairly slow start.
Morgan's kick aside, Tipuric struggled to gleam too many other positives after a disappointing performance in the Venetian suburb.
Morgan's kick aside, Tipuric struggled to glean too many other positives after a disappointing performance in the Venetian suburb.
Against the run of play, it was, but for all Dundalk's industry there wasn't much end product and, Mansaram's chance and a Chris Turner free kick aside, they were struggling to break down Sligo.
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Skating hard toward the left post, Whitney scored while being tripped by Miami's Brian Kaufman after RedHawks goalie Jeff Zatkoff used his right pad to kick aside a booming slap shot by Dan Bertram.
The brilliant Frenchman had never settled before joining United, but he stayed for five years and - his infamous 'Kung Fu' kick aside - Fergie moulded him into a leader.
Jermaine Jenas touched a free kick aside and Carr curled a beautiful effort away from Niemi from 30 yards.
Did you by any chance yesterday, when treading through the usual Cup Final litter, happen to kick aside a bundle of papers yellowing like the Domesday Book?