But ten to one he'll burgle again; they always do; burglary grows on a man, like drink.'
But what did they want to go and burgle a plaster figure for?
Every burglar who burgles in really humorous attitudes will burgle as much as he likes.
Well, he must manage it, "burgle" his own house, if necessary.
Has it ever struck you that the hostel would be a very easy place to burgle?
Being about to burgle the bank, it's well not to be seen together—eh?
He disguises himself as a gypsy, and comes to burgle my house, and makes a silly will which ought to be upset.
She will burgle your office: she will have you attacked and garotted at night in the street.
Are you hard hearted enough not only to break and enter, but also to burgle his hoard?
You would almost rather let her go ahead and burgle, and let her go away with your money, than to shoot her.
To break into a place to rob; burglarize (1870+)