filch[ filch ]SEE DEFINITION OF filch
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FILCH
You are to receive the money, and share it with the scoundrel who intends to filch it from me.
He was ashamed that he had permitted the years that had gone to filch so much from him.
The knave might filch his treasures; he was heedless of the knave.
So you filch sixpence out of my purse while I'm taking the clothes in.
Come, Filch, you shall go with me into my own Room, and tell me the whole Story.
He has it hidden in some secret place, from which not even a Zamorian thief might filch it.
The Canting Dictionary is nothing more than a filch from earlier books.
Sounded like a chemical they might filch from the highschool laboratory.
Stealthily, as though we were trying to filch some victory, we crept forward.
You, who for the past half hour have tried to filch a secret from me bit by bit!