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Noun(1) an advantageous purchase(2) a stolen base; an instance in which a base runner advances safely during the delivery of a pitch (without the help of a hit or walk or passed ball or wild pitch
Verb(1) take without the owner's consent(2) move stealthily(3) steal a base
(1) There is always a table d'hÔö£Ôöñte and, at $6.95 for lunch, it's a steal .(2) Brian took advantage of the opportunity to steal a quick kiss, only making her cheeks tun a brighter red.(3) The tax is only $8 and that's a steal for the show you'll get.(4) On the Friday night, we ate a superb meal: the champagne five-course dinner - a steal at Ôö¼├║25 a head.(5) I know it's a lot, but for an established information brokerage with underworld contacts and everything it's an absolute steal .(6) She's a real tease, taunting him to steal a kiss or cop a feel.(7) for $5 it was a steal(8) United's Chris Smith spotted a half-chance and raced in to steal possession and prod the ball home.(9) One of the advantages of being a manager with responsibility for appointing staff is that you get to see lots of other people's CVs and can steal good ideas for presentation and phraseology.(10) Henin-Hardenne gets right round the net post to steal advantage again and sweeps the ball past the Russian on the next point to break.(11) New York's biggest art steal(12) Novikoff, called the Mad Russian, one day made a great steal of third base.(13) Admittedly, I have not yet tasted one with the multi-layered complexity of the great Burgundies, but even so a drinkable Pinot Noir for under a tenner is a real steal .(14) No matter how maddening a baserunner might be, a steal remains 90 feet.(15) Did he quietly steal away, never letting the beast know he was there?(16) Now her boyfriend Adam Brown, 21, is keeping a close watch on possible rivals to make sure they don't try and steal a kiss from his girl.
(1) to steal :: i ddwyn
1. bargain ::
2. purloin ::
3. plagiarize ::
4. snatch ::
5. creep ::
6. slip ::
Different Formssteal, stealing, steals
Word Example from TV Shows
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But they come over
the Wall and raid, STEAL, carry off women.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 9
It's mine. If you want
it, come STEAL it back.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5
Soon as the gates are sealed,
they STEAL all the food.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 8
I didn't STEAL it. I was
just playing with it.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 7
So you're saying they could
STEAL our Nobel Prize?
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 13
English to Welsh Dictionary: steal
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