Part of speech:
To take or carry off as plunder
To take (something) by theft or commit theft.
To skulk is to try to keep out of sight, moving around in the shadows or otherwise trying not to be noticed.
To grasp suddenly and forcibly; take or grab:
Swindle is to use deception, lies or fraudulent is defined as to trick someone or to obtain something that is not yours.
The definition of liberate is to free or emancipate someone or something, or to steal something.
To move stealthily or unobtrusively
(Intransitive) To move cautiously or furtively, in the manner of a mouse (the rodent) (frequently used in the phrasal verb to mouse around).
To go, move, pass, etc. smoothly, quickly, or easily
Snitch is slang and is defined as to steal or tattle.
(Informal) To work or proceed with, or move, bring, or get by, energetic or vigorous action
To insinuate is defined as to suggest or imply something but not come right out and say it.
To wrongfully take something of value from another by the threat of force or other coercive measure.
To bribe someone is to offer something of value in exchange for the person doing what you want.
(Firearms) Having a spiral on the interior of a gun bore to make a fired bullet spin in flight to improve range and accuracy.
To take or seize hastily, abruptly, or without permission or ceremony.
(Slang) To take and keep (especially money) that which is not one's own.
To take (something) by piracy
To creep is defined as to move slowly and quietly while close to the ground.
(Sports) To position oneself closer to a certain area than is normal or expected:
To take hold of with a hook
To take over control of a vehicle or airplane by use of the threat of force.
Divert is defined as to turn aside or distract from one direction to another.
To seize, capture, take, win, steal, etc.
To get or try to get blackmail from
To transfer for a consideration; to barter; to trade; as, to bargain one horse for another.
To take dishonestly; steal
To take (a person) away unlawfully and by force or fraud; kidnap
To take or appropriate, esp. without asking
To withdraw is defined as to remove, turn away or take back.
To move stealthily or cautiously.
To move furtively
(Intransitive) To move softly, smoothly, or effortlessly.
To allow (a custom, tradition, etc.); to give credence or acceptance to.
To perform for an audience:
To stir the emotions:
To take as booty or loot
To use or apply wrongly.
To take an imprint of (a fingerprint) from a surface
To seize and hold or carry off (a person) against that person's will, by force or fraud, often for ransom
To hold up; rob.
To seize or snatch suddenly; take roughly and quickly
Filch is defined as to steal a small thing.
To take by selection; to choose out; to cite or quote, as a passage from a book.
To steal (money, etc. entrusted to one's care); take by fraud for one's own use
To take something from by fraud; swindle:
To crib is to copy something without authorization or without giving credit to the original author.
To commit burglary in (a building or other premises).
To take improperly, as without permission
To take off:
To adopt or take over (something) as one's own
To fleece is defined as to trick someone, or to shave the wool off of a animal.
To copy or imitate something without the right to do so and with the intent to deceive or defraud by representing the copy or imitation to be the original or to be genuine if no original ever existed (such as passing off a painting as a particular work by Claude Monet when, in fact, Monet never painted such a piece of art).
To take off all clothing; undress
The definition of cozen is to cheat, or make someone believe something that isn't true.
To take care of, or have and take care or charge of
To put into a bag.
To move in a sinuous or gliding manner:
To take booty; rob.
To take (ideas, writings, etc.) from (another) and pass them off as one's own
(Slang) To take into custody; arrest.
Find another word for stolen. In this page you can discover 88 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for stolen, like: captured, robbed, taken, looted, pilfered, sacked, ripped off, thieved, skulked, seized and swindled.