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synonyms for cobber

  • ally
  • associate
  • brother
  • bud
  • buddy
  • chum
  • cohort
  • companion
  • comrade
  • confidant
  • confidante
  • crony
  • mate
  • pal
  • partner
  • sidekick
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antonyms for cobber

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  • antagonist
  • enemy
  • foe
  • opponent
  • rival
  • stranger
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How to use cobber in a sentence

No place here for an honest cop—not with elections coming up, cobber.
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Perhaps that was what the police counted on—that Cobber would save them an arrest.
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Cobber was a little man, but he was no stranger to violence and he had the weapons.
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Cobber had been looking for a spy mechanism, a mechanical device in Jadiver's body.
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Cobber, I already own a joint there—a nice one, they tell me.
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"Heart like a steel trap, cobber," he said, almost approvingly.
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Did you think we'd let you go without seeing you off, cobber?
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Put a uniform on some men and they begin to believe they're cops, eh, cobber?
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WORDS RELATED TO COBBER

  • ally
  • associate
  • brother
  • bud
  • buddy
  • chum
  • cobber
  • cohort
  • companion
  • comrade
  • confidant
  • confidante
  • crony
  • mate
  • pal
  • partner
  • sidekick
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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