Intransitive verb. To win in a fight without contest. Derived from (rare) to send the opponent on the run and deliver a parting blow with one's foot at the decisive conclusion.
Adjective. The ability to win in a fight or argument without contest.
Noun. By extension, anything that would rock hard enough to win in a fight or as the subject of an argument.
1)My martial arts instructor kicked my ass yesterday.
2)A strong military is kick ass. A country that bargains with or runs from terrorists is not kick ass.
3)A man in uniform is kick ass. Terrorists are not kick ass.
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