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Verb(1) commit a burglary; enter and rob a dwelling
(1) We are talking about professional criminals who burgle houses purely for the cars.(2) A woman today told of her terror as she fought with an intruder trying to burgle her home at night.(3) And then on June 17, five men were caught red-handed trying to burgle the offices of the Democratic National Committee at the Watergate building.(4) An elderly woman foiled an attempt by con men to burgle her home after she became suspicious and screamed and shouted at them until they left.(5) If a burglar has a history of breaking through patio doors to burgle a house it's right that a jury should know that when he's in the dock, so that their lawyer cannot claim their client is whiter than white.(6) He added their method was to burgle houses, steal car keys and load goods from the homes into the stolen vehicles before making off.(7) And if a thief can see from the car parked in your drive that you are security-conscious he is less likely to try and burgle your house.(8) Insurance had also rocketed because of churches being burgled , and heating costs had also soared.(9) He got sucked into trouble and appeared before the courts on charges of failing to stop after an accident, burgling an unoccupied building and kicking a car.(10) Would you really hesitate to call the police if your home was burgled ?(11) The lady whose house was burgled was extremely traumatised and now can't go downstairs at night.(12) But less than a month later on Christmas Eve the pub was burgled and stock taken.(13) Police are appealing for witnesses after five homes were burgled over a two day period.(14) ├ö├ç├┐This guy was burgling an office building - one of those high-rise jobs,├ö├ç├û Collins explains.(15) A Selby pensioner and his sister have expressed their anger and despair after their house was burgled .(16) An unemployed 41-year-old man charged with burgling the home of an elderly Bromley couple will appear at Croydon Crown Court.
(1) burgle :: burgle
1. rob ::
2. burglarize ::
3. loot ::
4. steal from ::
5. plunder ::
7. pillage ::
8. break into ::
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Different Formsburgle, burgled, burgles, burgling
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