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More'n that, I hate to go 'round feelin' like a sneak thief.

Instead of that, he stole them after the manner that a sneak thief picks a pocket.

He had the chance, and being a sneak thief by nature he took it.

“It was a sneak thief,” he explains, as he leaps down among them.

We've had one sneak thief visit the Grange already, General.

After a long and honorable career I have to become a sneak thief.

"I'll bet it was a sneak thief," said a third voice—Mr. Pyecroft's.

There's a good deal of a man about him, or about any common burglar or sneak thief, compared to this duck.

If it is only a sneak thief, hell take a jump in the river the minute he knows we are aware of his presence on the deck.

“More like a sneak thief, I should say,” remarks Alan, with aggravating coolness.

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