larcenous


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Related to larcenous: presumptuous, foregone, diligently
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Synonyms for larcenous

tending to larceny

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having a disposition to steal

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He also noted that she had been placed on probation in the past for larcenous conduct that involved her working while receiving public assistance for a disability.
So take careful, scientific note of any notable instances of snoring, sleepwalking, larcenous duvet-hoarding and/or drool puddles of unusual size.
When Christian determined the samurai suspect was maybe crazy, in addition to being larcenous, he stepped out and popped the perp with his 9mm pistol.
The deviation from this protocol has resulted in not the alleviation of disease but the creation of a new disease where individuals, by misguided treatment of pain, become dysfunctional, dependent and larcenous.
One such larcenous lawmaker, Akis Tsohatzopoulos, who was recently arrested, has become a symbol of the profligacy of many elite Greeks.
LABOUR'S latest strategy is to portray cornered Cameron as a great fat juicy Nelly: Nasty, Egotistical, Larcenous, Lazy and Yelping.
It's happened again," moans Stu as the trio scours the city for Teddy, crossing paths with shady businessman Kingsley (Paul Giamatti), flamboyant criminal Mr Chow (Ken Jeong) and a larcenous monkey.
Most people in Tunisia endured a begrudging awareness of the larcenous leadership of the Ben Ali regime.
Second, Plaintiff's financial loss was not a direct result of the Bank's denying her the right to open an individual account, for between that conduct and her impoverishment there was an intervening element, to wit, Cicek's larcenous withdrawals.
Gresham's law usually comes into play whenever a government undertakes to settle a bill for its misfeasances by the larcenous expedient of "managing" its currency; hence of late years this law has been very busy with the currency of many countries.
In addition to being the co-editor of his school newspaper, The Slash, he's dealing with a science fair scare, a 300-year-old tree to save, a survey on bullying (based on personal experience as the victim), a larcenous principal and numerous other things that might make a lesser teen fold up and disappear.
begs a larger issue - the larcenous exploitation of our national health by the mercenary health-care-industrial complex.
My deepest affections are reserved for Vikorn, with his larcenous schemes and his smirks 'of undiluted triumphalism,' and Lek, the transsexual in process.
of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign) is uniquely qualified to relate the saga of a larcenous bibliophile who stole some $18 million of rare books and letters from Columbia U.
It's not long before the villains have come up with another larcenous plan.