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He was no pilferer, and scorned to carry off so mean a booty.
AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
Rameau pretended to see nothing in me but a contemptible pilferer, without talents or taste.
I knew him to be an impudent pilferer, who, without ceremony, made himself a revenue by the works of others.
In the glades and woodlands the garrulous blue-jay is a sad pilferer, to say nothing of its poaching propensities.
It may be not all have re-entered the valley—only a party sent back to bring on the pilferer, who has been missed upon the march.
THE LONE RANCHECAPTAIN MAYNE REID
From childhood he had been known as “the deceitful Juan,” “the unrivalled pilferer,” “the treacherous Juan.”
FILIPINO POPULAR TALESDEAN S. FANSLER
Now and then, but rarely, we found a pilferer, but not oftener than among the frontier white people.
Mercury, says he, a pilferer by trade, loves his nails too well to let them be pared.
FINGER-RING LOREWILLIAM JONES
The Pilferer will not be a colourless reflection of public opinion for the time being.
We are the Pilferer, price sixpence, published monthly; a reduction on taking a quantity.

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