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Synonyms for burglary

breaking and entering

Synonyms for burglary

the act of entering a building or room with the intent to commit theft

Words related to burglary

entering a building unlawfully with intent to commit a felony or to steal valuable property

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By the time the case went to court the East European burgler had been deported so the judge threw the case out of court.
Boutelle Road, burgler alarm, green gate open, a few panels on the ground, possibly old renovation.
McIlwraith, in quoting McLuhan's remark about the content as the meat carried by the burgler to distract the watchdog, indicates his own awareness of the crucial affirmation, but given the number of times that the 'weaker' interpretation intrudes in the media, and given the centrality of McLuhan's message about the nature of media, I do not feel it is otiose to repeat this caveat, since the weaker interpretation does not allow us to understand the full impact of McLuhan's perception.
And we know, without being told, that Lizzie's dark man is a figment of her mind; that the scatalogical burgler who fouls Old Borden's bed is none other than Lizzie herself.
Among her other novels are A Fair Barbarian (1881); Through One Administration (1883), a realistic portrayal of Washington lobbying; A Woman's Will (1887); Sara Crewe (1887); Editha's Burgler (1888); A Lady of Quality (1896); The Making of a Marchioness (1901); The Shuttle (1908); and The White People (1917), dealing with the supernatural.
Magic eContact gives us maximum flexibility to manage a wide range of projects, complete control over the processes involved, and the ability to respond rapidly to change despite the huge volumes of data we deal with," said Rocco Burgler, Sales Manager at RLC.