drop-kick drop-kick


  1. (v) make the point after a touchdown with a dropkick
  2. (v) drop and kick (a ball) as it touches the ground, as for a field goal



  1. Or they may decide that Idol is for singer singers, and drop-kick him.
  2. The scoreless tie made it obvious that Princeton could neither drop-kick nor punt.
  3. Gilbert went quietly to his demise thereafter, although he did drop-kick his racket into the net after the final point and mutter a few Gallic epithets.


  1. Hernandez landed three drop-goals in the Pumas' 30-15 victory over Ireland last weekend and Parks said: "Their stand-off has been playing well. You watch the way he strikes the ball, especially on the drop-kick, and it's very smooth. The game is...
    on Oct 3, 2007 By: Dan Parks Source: Ripley and Heanor News

  2. "I had no option but to do it. I didn't have the option of a drop-kick...... but I can grubber," Smit said jokingly.
    on Aug 9, 2009 By: John Smit Source: Planet Rugby

  3. "It's not like I jumped in the air and intentionally tried to drop-kick him or something like WWF," Edwards said. "But it happens, so I have to appeal it and see what I can get out of it."
    on Nov 24, 2008 By: Ray Edwards Source: International Herald Tribune

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