Antonyms for copped

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"Why, he copped the copper's kale," Aggie translated, glibly.

The risk is bigger for me than for you, and I'm not going to be copped—no, not for anybody.'

The copped hat had no brim, and was about a foot and a half in height.

We were billeted at an estaminet that had copped it pretty thick.

An then I copped it and crawled back in an out more shell-holes.

"That sounds like you'd copped it out of the Arabian Nights, Matt," said he.

Waited for me and copped me on the topper as I came around the corner.

I copped it on the high seas—flotsam and jetsam,' says the 'roughneck.'

He copped me dough and sent me down here and told me to work off my mad on you.

He was leading a rush of his section in fine style, when he ‘copped a packet.’