Another word for steal
take, filch, bag, thieve, loot, rob, purloin, embezzle, defraud, keep, carry away, carry off, appropriate, take possession of, withdraw, divert, lift, remove, impress, abduct, shanghai, kidnap, hijack, spirit away, run off with, hold for ransom, rifle, sack, cheat, cozen, hold up, strip, poach, peculate, counterfeit, circulate bad money, swindle, plagiarize, misappropriate, housebreak, burglarize, blackmail, fleece, plunder, pillage, despoil, ransack, crib*, burgle*, stick up*, skyjack*, pinch*, rustle*, rip off*, liberate*, snatch*, lift*, freeze on to*, annex*, cop*, swipe*, pinch*, mooch*, gyp*, dip one's hands into*, make off with*, borrow*; see also seize 2.
Another word for stealverb
To take (another's property) without permission:filch, pilfer, purloin, snatch, thieve. (Informal) lift, swipe. (Slang) cop, heist, hook, nip1, pinch, rip off, snitch. Idiom: make (or walk) off with. See crimes, give
To move silently and furtively:creep, glide, lurk, mouse, prowl, pussyfoot, skulk, slide, slink, slip, snake, sneak. (Slang) gumshoe. See move