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1.
To feel on a woman's breasts or buttox; usually when she is not expecting it. Often followed up by a slap in the face.
"Susan was looking so great that I got behind her in line and copped a feel, she immediately turned around and slapped me."
by Kristen December 03, 2003
 
2.
To feel up a girl when she isn't expecting it. Best time to do this is in a crowded area, so you can run off and can't be found. Then do it again.
When I went to my family reunion, my 3rd cousin, once removed, was in a crowd and her juicy peaches were calling me, so I ran up, coped a feel and ran away to the punch table, 2 feet over.
by Tommmmm November 12, 2003
 
3.
(v.) To touch an individual in an intimate manner, usually with sexual intent. Such an act is usually done without the persons consent and is also frequently met with hostility and/or violence.
This chick at the club was so crunk she was letting everyone cop a feel.

I think that someone copped a feel of my tits on that subway.
by JediAndi September 03, 2005
 
4.
Unpredictable grabbing or touching of someone's private areas while acting innocent of action taken.
Mostly used for shock value or foreplay.
A woman who is not your friend will usually find this very offensive and not humorous, however most men would
enjoy receiving this action.
While we were watching people dancing my friend said
" Don't dance close to that ass, he will try to cop a feel."
by teaser January 02, 2006
 
5.
To caress a woman without her consent and then immediate get the beat down.
I copped a feel of Jessica. I've never hurt so much in my life...
by Timothy Dancey August 07, 2004
 
6.
It routes from the word "Cop". It's pretty much like when a cop frisks you, they are touching you without consent. So when someone cops a feel they simpily feel someone up with out consent. The urban version only implies the feeling of genitalia and breast regions. It usually happens in crowded areas.
I'm going to cop a feel at this rave and get a handful of tiggle bitties from some broad
by Kyle Harris January 03, 2006
 
7.
to feel someone up
He decided to cop-a-feel when he went up her shirt
by **** September 22, 2003