filch

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Synonyms for filch

Synonyms for filch

to take (another's property) without permission

Synonyms for filch

make off with belongings of others

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Flashy comic-book action from the Wachowski siblings (Andy's brother Larry is now Lana), filching from scores of sci-fi movies.
To some observers, filching information via E-mail has become almost too easy.
After looting the Gaisano Mall in Tacloban City on Saturday at the height of super typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) battering central Philippines, residents are now filching fuel from a gasoline station in the city, ABS-CBN reported.
Here, an ingenious game was set up: viewers were encouraged to rethink the ethics of property even as they contemplated filching one of the "unique" objects.
When Bob Dole, for instance, accused Bill Clinton of breaking his word on a middle-class tax cut, or of filching his best policy ideas from Dole's own GOP, voters could easily decide not only whether the charge was accurate, but whether it was relevant.
She's A Lady" screamed the newspapers of the day, filching one of the singer's song titles.
STANDARDS are going down the pan at the BBC's PS1billion HQ - with light-fingered staff filching everything from trousers to loo paper.
I don't think a case was ever made for there to be a substantial filching of powers away from Wales and I'm glad the commission has agreed.
She reported the incident to the police, but the police recorded as lost because she did not witness the actual filching of the phone.
Rideout, of Filching Close, Wannock, East Sussex, will appear on bail at Mid Sussex Magistrates' Court on July 16.
Until the slap incident, Malova had been allowed to stay free on a 44-count indictment on charges of filching prescription sheets from two of her psychiatrists and using them to get the painkillers Vicodin and Klonipin.