Examples of thieve in a Sentence
someone's been thieving my cookies!
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Give the nesting plovers a wide berth and keep a close eye on thieving gulls hovering to snatch your roast beef from Kelly’s.
After all, Asher Potts was not just a name and Social Security number making credit card purchases or otherwise identity-thieving around.
All this carries a whiff of the Somozas, the brutal, thieving dictators whom the Sandinistas overthrew in 1979.
On the way, Castner and Co. are tormented by gumball-sized flesh-eating flies, deadly lightning storms, oceanic waves, ceaseless rain, prowling bears, thieving locals, Hyundai-sized rapids, and countless near-disasters.
Cain stole 26 bags a year ago, while Yelich thieved 16 of his own.
Her dramas are sites of living history, too, where personal stories of racism’s unhealed wounds mingle with dark tales thieved from the Brothers Grimm and 1940s Hollywood.
Chris Pine and Ben Foster play two thieving brothers who roam from heist to heist in the Texas Midlands amid economic decline and a vanishing way of small-town life.
Hold One’s Peace: Prudie counsels a letter writer whose sister seems intent on marrying her lying, unfaithful, thieving fiancé.
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