steal


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Synonyms for steal

to take (another's property) without permission

the crime of taking someone else's property without consent

something offered or bought at a low price

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Stolen bases became such a priority that the Oakland A's, as is well known, provided a roster spot to speedster Herb Washington, whose only role was to steal bases as a pinch runner.
The thieves split the profits in thirds: the person who steals the card, the one who makes the counterfeit ID, and the "signer," or the person who passes the card, each receive one-third of the profits.
Easy to read and engrossing, The Art of the Steal shares unsettling information that can help people and businesses protect themselves.
Convincing people they will be caught and dealt with if they steal is a powerful deterrent.
The person who is inclined to steal, and to do so repeatedly, usually thinks like a thief, rationalizing their behavior as ordinary, as right.
They feel that they have been given a green light to steal with impunity, so they steal more expensive items and steal them more often.
Rear window of a property was smashed to enter and steal car keys and a Kia Picanto from the garage.
Garage entered by unknown means to steal a freezer.
It's a crime of opportunity where the criminals have seen there is a real market - they can steal brand-new products and sell them to other people remodeling their homes,'' Glendale police Chief Randy Adams said.
MELTHAM: June 8 - Burglar entered unlocked Fiat Punto and used keys left in vehicle to enter home and steal watch.