stolen

[ stoh-luh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF stolen

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She and her nurse had been stolen from the Ionian coast, by Greek pirates.

"He must have stolen it," muttered Halbert, looking after Robert with disappointment and chagrin.

He's stolen five or six hundred dollars in gold from old Paul Nichols.

Our pleasures are but the stolen moments we can snatch from its inattention.

I will sign you a blank cheque, which your uncle can fill up with the amount he has stolen.

"The stolen goods were found in her locker," Gilder declared in a tone of finality.

Naturally, she says some one else must have put the stolen goods there.

In the one case, as she knew it, a girl under the urge of poverty had stolen.

The sheep-dealer thought of the stories he had heard of lost or stolen children.

No horse that the stragglers have stolen can overtake Gypsy.

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