thievery

[ thee-vuh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF thievery

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THIEVERY

Lively it was; but its liveliness was not all thievery and violence.

But if you can prove that you are really a master in your thievery I will let you go free.

But in most cases he does them in order to escape the natural consequences of his thievery.

Master, be one of them; its an honourable kind 40 of thievery.

In that one terrible moment he knew that his thievery had been found out.

The most serious offences were thievery and fighting with guns or knives.

I have a happiness That makes it thievery in me to take Your pity.

Now, almost coincident with his return, the thievery had recommenced.

If it be so tight closed that others have not entered, for thievery or shelter, how can we get in?

We have not at all advanced in thievery since Elizabeth's day.

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