Examples of thievery in a Sentence
a case of suspected thievery
a man who has a history of petty thievery and narcotics peddling
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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.
No time for Andrew Hammond to revel in his thievery, though.
Suffolk County District Judge Robert Cicale confessed to his underwear thievery but has not pleaded guilty to burglary.
Where On Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? told a more narrative story of Carmen's adventures in thievery.
Horse thievery had made an anachronistic reappearance.
But that is what happened to Keesa Espley, who had been staying in a transitional living apartment for mentally ill people, after neighbors reported her alleged thievery to her landlord and police.
The motion argues that the government's case lacks two key components necessary to a wire fraud case -- a victim who got ripped off and perpetrators who schemed to do the thievery.
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THIEVERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of thievery for English Language Learners
: the act of stealing
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