Cop and Free


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Cop verb – To take physical control or possession of (something) suddenly or forcibly.
Usage example: some concertgoers rush pell-mell through the doors so that they could cop the seats down front

Free is an antonym for cop.
Antonyms for Cop


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Free verb – To set free (as from slavery or confinement).
Cop is an antonym for free.
Nearby Words: freely, freed
Antonyms for Free
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  • Free-Range Children: Harrison and Travis, who spend the film wandering around in the wilderness and driving the cop car, have run away from home.
  • For this reason he feels Chaotic Neutral is a cop-out alignment for players who want free reign to do as they like without having to get into an alignment argument.
  • At the time, they were giving out "Cop Killer" itself as a free standalone single, and a live version was later included on their 2005 album Live In LA, but the original studio recording has yet to be officially re-released.
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