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Synonyms for cop

to take (another's property) without permission

to obtain possession or control of

cop out: to abandon a former position or commitment

Synonyms

Synonyms for cop

uncomplimentary terms for a policeman

take by theft

take into custody

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By serving the white establishment, Black Cop surrenders his contemporary presence as a free man.
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or can be made to fit a file at a cop shop) have been shown to be just stories among stories, even as our star is a star among stars?
Before they can get to the station, the cops of Brooklyn South have thrown the guy on the floor, where they are hurling epithets at him, and they give him a few kicks for good measure.
Sheikh's skill in reading white stereotypical assumptions about black behavior enables him to baffle the cops.
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The proposed DOP tax rates per thousand dollars of assessment, which include the cop tax, would be as follows:
So cops started using their batons, but in the 1990s, after the Rodney King fiasco, the LAPD severely restricted its officers' ability to use them.
Cops and gang members alike are touchy about pride and anyone showing them disrespect.
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For a medium that supposedly hates the police, television continues to produce an awful lot of cop shows.
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A beat cop meets with broken children who don't need policy set in the future--they need their little bones set now.
But at 100 miles an hour, statistics don't make much of an impression on the average American cop.