Robber synonyms

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A person who steals, esp. secretly; one guilty of theft, or larceny
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A person who shoplifts, one who steals from shops.
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(Informal, Ireland, 20th-century inner-city Dublin slang) A child.
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An individual who commits burglary. An individual who commits burglary.
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One who steals from the pocket of a passerby, usually by sleight of hand.
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A large freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus palustris) of South Asia, having a very broad snout.
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(Informal) A person who steals or cheats; swindler or thief
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(Slang) A hostile aircraft, especially a fighter aircraft.
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A burglar who is especially skilled at stealthy or undetected entry of a premises.
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One who steals without breaking into buildings or using violence.
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A person who swindles; cheat
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One who steals money they have been trusted with, especially from one's employer; one who embezzles
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One who has pilfered.
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One who loots, who steals during a general disturbance such as a riot or natural disaster.
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One who despoils; one who strips by force; a plunderer.
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A person who pillages
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A bandit, usually one of a roving band
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A person who pillages and plunders, especially a pirate.
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(Soccer) someone connected with Bristol Rovers Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.
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A band of outlaws who raid and pillage.
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(Informal) A person who uncovers evidence of improper behavior within governmental or private organizations.
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An animal or person who forages
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One of a group of professional criminals, devotees of Kali, who robbed and murdered travelers in northern India until the mid-1800s.
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A dangerous, reckless criminal; bold outlaw
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Person who forges metals.
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A pirate, especially along the Barbary Coast.
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A ship privately owned and crewed but authorized by a government during wartime to attack and capture enemy vessels.
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A pirate, or sea robber, esp. one who raided along the Spanish coasts of America in the 17th cent.
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(Historical) A person usually mounted on horseback who robbed travelers on public roads.
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(Australia) (also "foot pad") An unmade, minor walking trail formed only by foot traffic.
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A thief who steals from others' purses or pockets in public.
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One that deals dishonestly with others, especially a cheating gambler.
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One who breaks into safes in order to steal items from them.
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A barrier, as of wooden or metal posts, rails, wire mesh, etc., used as a boundary or means of protection or confinement
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(Slang) Someone who works in market stalls.
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A bovine animal that can care for itself in any circumstances.
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Alternative spelling of con artist.
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(Archaic, informal) A burglar or safebreaker.
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(Slang, former) A criminal; esp., a safecracker or burglar
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A swindler, esp. a shill
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One who depredates, or commits depredation.
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An adventurer who engages in unauthorized warfare against a country with which his own country is at peace; specif., any of the 19th-cent. U.S. adventurers who led armed expeditions into Latin American countries; freebooter
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(Muslim Folklore) An evil spirit that robs graves and feeds on the flesh of the dead
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In Spanish-speaking regions of the U.S., a robber or bandit
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A wild or vicious horse or other animal.
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One who commits larceny, a thief.
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One who commits larceny, a thief.
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(Shipbuilding) The endmost plank of a strake which stops short of the stem or stern.
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