Hook and Nip

Hook

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

Nip and hook are semantically related in crimes topic. In some cases you can use "Nip" instead the word "Hook" as a verb or a noun.

Nearby Words: hooked, hookup, hooker, hooking, hooky

Nip

Nip verb - To take (something) without right and with an intent to keep.
Usage example: that guy nipped my wallet from the restaurant table when I turned away

Hook and nip are semantically related in crimes topic. Sometimes you can use "Hook" instead the word "Nip" as a verb or a noun.

Nearby Words: nipped, nipper, nipping

How words are described

good good hook good nip
small small hook small nip
little little hook little nip

Common collocations

sequence hook sequence nip sequence
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