Thesaurus / pickpocket
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In a crowded car, men instinctively clutch their pockets, and fancy a pickpocket in a benevolent-looking old gentleman opposite.

As well might one expect the pickpocket who had abstracted a dollar, to put back two-and-sixpence change.

Here slinks the pickpocket, here emerges the burglar, here skulks the felon.

Lucretia, CompleteEdward Bulwer-Lytton

His fingers trembled as if they were a pickpocket's near a purse of gold.

"Which means that I am entertaining a pickpocket," said she, flushing again at the thought.

Jewel MysteriesMax Pemberton

It seems some pickpocket saw Stuart pull out the money, and determined to get it from him.

The pickpocket never strained his luck, wherein he differed from the lower grade professors of his art.

The Grell MysteryFrank Froest

I mean to be as perfect a pickpocket, as good as ever nipped the judge's bung while he was condemning him.

The burglar or pickpocket would get a certain sentence and then go free.

Every pickpocket, who is too well known to the English police, takes refuge here.

Diary in America, Series OneFrederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)

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