Examples of thievery in a Sentence
a case of suspected thievery
a man who has a history of petty thievery and narcotics peddling
Recent Examples of thievery from the Web
There are stars on the collarbones to symbolize thievery, the Russian abbreviation for the Soviet Union (CCCP) on the left forearm, and the common Russki jailbird tattoo of St. Basil on the chest.
The Oceans 8 crew is at it again, and this time they are being led by Debbie Ocean who has assembled a high-tech thievery crew with the target being a $150 million dollar necklace.
His spokesperson, Ben Waxman, says Krasner wants to both toughen enforcement — in part by cracking down on crooked notaries — and to better educate people on how to block thievery when a relative dies.
Not having water close by might discourage their thievery.
This has to stop, because if not the thievery will continue.
Gilles' home life is a mild improvement, though his recent academic woes — to say nothing of his love of thievery, vandalism and dynamite — have caused no end of friction.
Al convinces them to give up thievery and become buskers, sort of a fez-wearing boy band.
With Richardson at his thievery best. -- Justise Winslow and Wayne Ellington checked in a bit earlier than usual.
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: the act of stealing
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