pilfer


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to take (another's property) without permission

Synonyms for pilfer

make off with belongings of others

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Rockhouse Pilfer will play on two songs for Tom's new album Long Lost Suitcase which will be released on October 9.
A wanna-be Trent Dilfer couldn't pilfer something better than that?
They can pilfer confidential information, steal identities, and even pose as legitimate entities, according to Bill Rosenkrantz, group manager at Santa Monica-based Symantec Security Response.
Lower-ranked birds don't pilfer from their superiors but do occasionally defraud each other.
Batteries are easy to pilfer, so we advise staff to keep them behind the counter -- near the till, but in sight of customers.
Numerous woodpeckers and brown creepers fly in from the woods to pilfer the tree's rich supply of living food.
These devices can easily be used to pilfer proprietary information, as well as introduce malicious code into the network.
An airline security expert, who requested anonymity, revealed some of the tricks that a number of baggage loaders working for different airlines at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia), used to pilfer valuables from check-in luggage.
export-import meter fitted with pilfer proof meter box and 3phase 4wire 20-100amp.
Offences are up 150 per cent in two years as villains pilfer everything from rail tracks and copper phone cables to plaques and church roof slates.
Apparently Councilman Smith intends to attack the fiscal integrity of our neighborhood councils and turn them into something more akin to the DWP, Parks and Recreation and all the other taxpayer-funded agencies that pilfer every cent and cry for more.
FEMALE hotel guests are more likely to pilfer items from hotels and guest houses than their male counterparts, according to a new survey.