burglar

[ bur-gler ]SEE DEFINITION OF burglar

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BURGLAR

But I'm not taking any stock in that burglar story—not a little bit!

John clasped it, and bolted out of the bank as a burglar might have done.

“Just do the opposite from what it says to do to catch a burglar,” said Billy Getz.

The dog is, of course, one of the conditions to be provided for in the burglar's plan.

"Some day the police'll take you for a burglar," said Lydia encouragingly.

Then the burglar whipped a revolver from his pocket and presented it.

Is it the young lady—who helped catch Ted—I mean the burglar, my lady?

This was clearly what the burglar had done, so I went round and opened the door.

"I thought perhaps you were a burglar," she confessed at once.

As well fling the revolver out of window when the burglar is in the house.

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