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Another word for thievery

  1. The crime of taking someone else's property without consent

      1. (Law) The taking of personal property without consent and with the intention of permanently depriving the owner of it; theft: in some states of the U.S., and formerly in England, larceny in which the value of the property equals or exceeds a specified amount is grand larceny, and larceny involving lesser amounts is petit (or petty) larceny
      2. The unlawful taking and removing of another's personal property with the intent of permanently depriving the owner; theft.
      1. Something pilfered
      2. The act or practice of pilfering
      3. A recurrent theft of small items of little value.
      1. Something stolen
      2. Something obtained at a cost so low as to be regarded as excessively favorable to the buyer
      3. (Baseball) A stolen base.
      1. (Obsolete) Something stolen.
      2. An instance of such taking:
      3. The unlawful taking of the property of another; larceny:
      1. Something, such as a film or story, that is clearly imitative of or based on something else.
      2. A product that is overpriced, esp. one that is inferior or an imitation
      3. A theft.
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Another word for thievery

      1. An instance of this:
      2. The act of entering another's premises without authorization in order to commit a crime, such as theft.
      3. The act of breaking into a building to commit theft or some other crime
      1. (Law) The felonious taking of personal property in the possession or immediate presence of another by the use of violence or intimidation
      2. Act or practice of robbing
      1. The act by which something is pilfered; a petty theft.
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