Collar and Hook


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Collar verb – To take or keep under one's control by authority of law.
Usage example: the juvenile delinquent was collared for robbing houses

Hook and collar are semantically related. in apprehend topic. In some cases you can use "Hook" instead the word "Collar" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: collared, collaring, collet, collaret
Synonyms for Collar


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Hook verb – To take (something) without right and with an intent to keep.
Usage example: the monkey hooked four bananas from the basket and scampered away to enjoy them

Collar and hook are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Collar" instead the word "Hook" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: hooked, hookup, hooker, hooking, hooky
Synonyms for Hook

How words are described

old old collar old hook
nice nice collar nice hook
long long collar long hook
similar similar collar similar hook
Other adjectives: typical, solid, small, massive, large, big, huge, little, impressive, main, new, chained.

Common collocations

neck collar neck hook neck

Both words in one sentence

  • Videogame / Outlast Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: One of the SWAT officers is shown impaled from anus to collar bone by what looks to be a giant hook.
  • Cheated Angle The two 'horns' of Doctor Strange's collar are typically drawn to retain their hook shape, even when one of them would be straight-on from the viewer's perspective.
    Source: Cheated Angle
  • Western Animation / The Little Rascals Their cover is blown when the collar of the jacket snags on a low-hanging hook on Waldo's yacht, and Spanky walks out from under a dangling Alfalfa.
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