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to take (another's property) without permission

Synonyms for filch

make off with belongings of others

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They made the life of grumpy school caretaker Argus Filch a misery.
Cushman & Wakefield announced that the firm's Equity, Debt & Structured Finance group served as exclusive advisor to an affiliate of Thor Equities, arranging a $100 million financing for 590 Filch Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.
Filch predicts CREL CDO delinquency volatility will persist as asset managers continue to work out troubled loans within the CDO or pursue resolution outside the CDO, including through sale or refinance.
Two Dutch citizens have been intercepted by police while allegedly attempting to filch out 57 singular tulip bulbs that are autochthonous to Erzurum's Karayazi town.
David, who plays Hogwarts' grouchy caretaker Argus Filch, visited young performers at Northern Stage, in Barras Bridge, Newcastle, to help develop talent in the region.
I stress old because if you filch a good spoon from the family silver set, someone's going to be in trouble although a silver-plated spoon would work well.
Peachum), tenor Stephen Erickson (Filch) and baritone Philip Carmichael (the beggar) were accomplished in their support.
The man fled Lisle's home as she lobbed nine shots from two handguns; armed neighbors chased him when he tried to filch a motorcycle from a nearby home.
David Bradley, Argus Filch from the Harry Potter films, handles the contradictions of Titus - an aged, war-weary Roman general now facing shocking new threats - with a precise and delicate assurance.
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Then, too, there's the pesky lawsuit that some Big East schools slapped on the ACC, claiming the ACC had covert plans to filch schools.
Although the Princeton official's motives were not revealed, the break-in was thought to be an academic Watergate, an illicit attempt to filch information on what the competition was up to.
The filch annual "Achievement of Excellence in Procurement" awards is now accepting applications from organizations that demonstrate innovation, professionalism, productivity, and leadership in public purchasing.
Manufactured objects have stolen our humanity: now they'll filch our old age.