Crack and Dope

Crack

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Crack verb – To change (as a secret message) from code into ordinary language.
Usage example: the United States military used the Navajo language as a code during World War II, and the enemy never cracked it

Dope and crack are semantically related in drugs topic. In some cases you can use "Dope" instead the word "Crack" as a verb or a noun or an adjective.
Nearby Words: cracked, cracking, crackle, cracker, crackled
Synonyms for Crack

Dope

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Dope verb – Give a narcotic to.
Crack and dope are semantically related in drugs topic. Sometimes you can use "Crack" instead the word "Dope" as a verb or a noun or an adjective.
Nearby Words: dopey, doped, dopy
Synonyms for Dope

How words are described

special special crack special dope
complete complete crack complete dope
big big crack big dope
little little crack little dope

Common collocations

skull crack skull dope skull

Both words in one sentence

  • For the most part he's a goofy dope who doesn't take much seriously and is always the one to crack a joke at the expense of drama and badass-ism.
  • Snarky Non-Human Sidekick Frequent target of a Dope Slap from Margery herself as he continues to crack jokes at her expense.
  • But all he wants is to build his gang on respect and loyalty rather than money, to keep his neighborhood dope-free and to wreak righteous vengeance on those who try to get his friends hooked on crack.
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Dope and Crack. (2016). Retrieved 2020, February 28, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/crack/dope
Crack & Dope. N.p., 2016. Web. 28 Feb. 2020. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/crack/dope>.
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