|kiss it off
||not deal with it, put it off
||We're fighting for equal pay. We won't let them kiss it off.
|kiss of death
||an action that results in failure or loss
||His TV speech was a disaster - the kiss of death for his party.
||go, get lost, take off
||When he's angry with me he says, "Kiss off!"
|kiss that one goodbye
||say it is lost or stolen, down the drain
||Hank borrowed your new pen? You can kiss that one goodbye.
|kiss the blarney stone
||say a lot of compliments, flattery will get you...
||You always say that I look nice. Did you kiss the blarney stone?
|kit and caboodle
||everything, all the stuff, the whole shebang
||The canoe tipped, and it all fell in the river - the whole kit and caboodle!
|kitty bar the door
||play defensively, play only to prevent a goal
||In the third period we played kitty bar the door and won 4-2.
||the diagonally opposite corner of an intersection
||The Bay is kitty-corner from the drugstore.
||a clumsy person, one who makes careless mistakes
||What a klutz I am! I poured sugar in the salt shaker!
|knee high to a grasshopper
||small or short, the size of a child
||When we lived in Oslo, you were just knee high to a grasshopper.