purloin


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Synonyms for purloin

Synonyms for purloin

to take (another's property) without permission

Synonyms for purloin

make off with belongings of others

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Intelligence has been gathered by West Midlands Police following the on-going success of Operation Purloin last month.
Police launched the first wave of Operation Purloin in Birmingham last month.
Kriensky pled guilty to one count of a superseding Information charging her with taking, with intent to purloin, property not exceeding $1,000 in the care or custody of Firstar Bank.
Police launched the first wave of Operation Purloin, a city-wide blitz on the handlers who fuel a seasonal spike in winter break-ins and robberies, in October.
There aren't many in the world who can say they've been beaten up by Buffy the Vampire Slayer but it's the boast Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed writer James Gunn can make: WIN:We've managed to purloin five Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed goody bags for you dear Echo readers to enjoy.
Except ``Kismet'' isn't the Wazier's play to purloin.
At least a dozen vehicles were also seized as officers staged a show of force alongside colleagues from Birmingham City Council and other agencies as part of Operation Purloin.
JENNIFER Aniston is not best pleased that Angelina Jolie now publicly admits what she previously denied - that she did purloin Brad Pitt while he was still lawfully married to Jen.
He's out to purloin the title magic rock hidden deep in the bowels of Hogwarts.
When she doesn't come back from one fling in a timely fashion, he follows her to an Alpine ski resort, where he almost blows her scheme to purloin a cache of hot cash.
In something akin to turning petty crime into a profit center, items that Crystal passengers like most - and may have been inclined to purloin - are now on sale on Crystal ships.
In even the most sensitive of areas, say medical data lost when somebody purloins a laptop out of a medical office, purveyors of cyber risk coverage want you to go gnashing your teeth because news of your Uncle Louis' kidney stone is in the hands of a stranger.
Plant one bamboo shoot--cut bamboo for the rest of your life' is an old Chinese saying that Boyd purloins as the epigraph of this collection of writings.