Thesaurus / stolen
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The Rebel soldier had stolen his coat, and he had no blanket to protect him from the cold night-winds.

Winning His WayCharles Carleton Coffin

But as John was an honest fellow, he was troubled at the thought that the Seagull would think he had stolen her mantle and purse.

Careful precautions are taken against the Mont-de-Pit being made a receptacle for stolen goods.

ParisWilliam Walton

Perhaps they were gifts; perhaps they were stolen—these emeralds.

The Drums Of JeopardyHarold MacGrath

Sometimes wives and sweethearts were stolen, but it was a dangerous business.

Mrs. DarrellFoxcroft Davis

But she certainly cast aside with scorn Madge's suggestion that no one had stolen from her while she was aboard the "Merry Maid."

Madge Morton's TrustAmy D. V. Chalmers

And under Kori's outstretched arm, so close as almost to brush against his uniformed legs, had stolen Thorn.

He felt that their action had something to do with the stolen woman and child.

The Long PatrolH. A. Cody

The wise one is good, and neither steals nor lets himself be stolen from.

The QuestFrederik van Eeden

It has several times been lost or stolen, but has always been recovered.

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