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noun as in trespass

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You know, like Nixon tried to shunt responsibility for the break-in on to Liddy, Sturgis, et al.

For Nixon, it was the Watergate break-in, designed to filch political plans of his 1972 foes.

The McDaniel campaign has strongly denied any link to the break-in or to Kelly.

But within hours it was hacked and the break-in code was released.

Nixon never needed help from the Watergate break-in to win the 1972 race, in which he only lost one state.

It only needed the break-in of the Patrol to complete the illusion of action-fiction—crime variety.

A young ox is generally more difficult to break-in than an old one: I do not know why.

They also breed and break-in camels, which they sell in the Tiflis market.

That awk'ard—why, he can't finish off a glass rod without break-in' it, or burning himself!


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to break-in, such as: burglary, robbery, breaking and entering, housebreaking, and forced entry.

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