Thesaurus / burgle
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Well, he must manage it, "burgle" his own house, if necessary.
MARRIAGE LA MODEMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
But what did they want to go and burgle a plaster figure for?
I reflected that if he meant to burgle me he would do so, key or no key, so I thanked him and said I was sure it was not needed.
You would almost rather let her go ahead and burgle, and let her go away with your money, than to shoot her.
PECK'S SUNSHINEGEORGE W. PECK
If this car carries the burgling things to rob the bank they won't be able to burgle to-night, anyway.
THE BOY SCOUT TREASURE HUNTERSCHARLES HENRY LERRIGO
Has it ever struck you that the hostel would be a very easy place to burgle?
My attempt to burgle you on the Gigantic was not so successful as to tempt me to repeat the performance.
THE CRIME CLUBWILLIAM HOLT-WHITE
Every burglar who burgles in really humorous attitudes will burgle as much as he likes.
ALL THINGS CONSIDEREDG. K. CHESTERTON
But ten to one he'll burgle again; they always do; burglary grows on a man, like drink.'
Careful research showed that the burglar had been disturbed before he had had opportunity to burgle.

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