Synonyms for couple
Antonyms for couple
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He also procured a couple of mules to transport his baggage.
So is Dacey, with perhaps a couple of others of the right sort.
He took a couple of drinks to celebrate his approaching immunity from debt.
Oh, well, what's good enough for the President I can put up with for a couple of days.
He has religion real bad for a couple of weeks, and then he backslides.
I thought they might have bettered that a couple of seconds.
There will be a couple of thousand to be had if it seems safe business.
It's got to be done right away, 'cause it'll take a couple of days to get the mare coughin'.
When he drove out his escort consisted of a couple of Cossacks.
There's a couple I know, called Haverstock, living out at Hampstead.
late 13c., from Old French cople "married couple, lovers" (12c., Modern French couple), from Latin copula "tie, connection," from PIE *ko-ap-, from *ko(m)- "together" + *ap- "to take, reach." Meaning broadened mid-14c. to "any two things."