larcenous[ lahr-suh-nuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF larcenous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LARCENOUS
But however late and larcenous he may have been, the poet of IV.
Johnson's view of his larcenous proceedings is stated in the Life.
His larcenous hand has been in the pocket of his master almost every hour of the day for months, perhaps years past.
He chuckled as though the recollection of his larcenous companion pleased him tremendously.
Leary seemed not at all disturbed by this revelation of his wife's larcenous affection for pearls.
Leverett, always a coward, had pursued his devious and larcenous way through the world, always in deadly fear of sink holes.
Amused at this evident return of his larcenous friend of the previous day, he lay perfectly still.
This larcenous but inevitable programme we carried out, after waiting through dreadful hours of cold and shivering anxiety.