kickoff (n.), kick-off (adj.), kick off (v.)
- Follow the examples:
- The kickoff (n.) went exceptionally well.
- Top officials were invited to the kick-off (adj.) ceremony.
- The University kicked off (v.) the event with a speech from the minister.
- Capitalize only when used before the name of royalty: King Henry. Continue in subsequent references that use the king's given name: King Henry, not Henry.
- Praise for an achievement. The word is singular and takes singular verbs.