housebreaking[ hous-breyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF housebreaking
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"Housebreaking is entirely out of my province," Tranter objected.
If I don't see you after we've bagged him I'd better charge him with housebreaking, I suppose?
He cannot enter, of course, or we could arrest him on a charge of housebreaking!
It was probably overtime at housebreaking that had told on him.
Yes; he has just been sent to the Maryland penitentiary for housebreaking.
A soldier in the reserve was accused of theft and housebreaking.
It's of little help—a little help perhaps—in housebreaking and so forth.
I reckon the next move is up to you, for I'm no good at the housebreaking stunt.'
Housebreaking is a very different business from the forcible entry of country post-offices, and The Hopper was nervous.
In their trunks he found a great variety of housebreaking implements, of the most ingenious construction.