A person who steals, esp. secretly; one guilty of theft, or larceny
An individual who commits burglary. An individual who commits burglary.
A large freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus palustris) of South Asia, having a very broad snout.
(Informal) A person who steals or cheats; swindler or thief
(Slang) A hostile aircraft, especially a fighter aircraft.
A burglar who is especially skilled at stealthy or undetected entry of a premises.
One who steals without breaking into buildings or using violence.
A person who swindles; cheat
A bandit, usually one of a roving band
A person who pillages and plunders, especially a pirate.
A band of outlaws who raid and pillage.
One of a group of professional criminals, devotees of Kali, who robbed and murdered travelers in northern India until the mid-1800s.
A dangerous, reckless criminal; bold outlaw
A pirate, especially along the Barbary Coast.
A ship privately owned and crewed but authorized by a government during wartime to attack and capture enemy vessels.
A pirate, or sea robber, esp. one who raided along the Spanish coasts of America in the 17th cent.
(Australia) (also "foot pad") An unmade, minor walking trail formed only by foot traffic.
One that deals dishonestly with others, especially a cheating gambler.
One who breaks into safes in order to steal items from them.
A barrier, as of wooden or metal posts, rails, wire mesh, etc., used as a boundary or means of protection or confinement
(Slang) Someone who works in market stalls.
Alternative spelling of con artist.
(Slang, former) A criminal; esp., a safecracker or burglar
A swindler, esp. a shill
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
(Muslim Folklore) An evil spirit that robs graves and feeds on the flesh of the dead
In Spanish-speaking regions of the U.S., a robber or bandit
A wild or vicious horse or other animal.
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