pilfer


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  • verb

Synonyms for pilfer

Synonyms for pilfer

to take (another's property) without permission

Synonyms for pilfer

make off with belongings of others

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Offences are up 150% in two years as villains pilfer everything from rail tracks and copper phone cables to plaques, bronze statues and lead off church roofs.
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.
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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.
PARENTS pilfer an average of pounds 131 a year from their children's piggy banks, it was claimed yesterday.
Sacramento continues to pilfer gas-tax revenues that are supposed to pay for transportation.
However, Harkness struck to pilfer the points with a late header after Stephen Hughes had expertly set him up.
To see what might make a bird suspicious of its comrade's intentions, researchers divided the group into those that had been allowed to pilfer in the laboratory and those that hadn't.
LIGHT-FINGERED drinkers will go to extreme lengths to pilfer "memorabilia" from pubs and bars, a survey reveals.
POLITICIANS and their families appear to be trying to pilfer as much as they can, an inquiry into House of Commons expenses heard yesterday.