The evening before, the shed at the back of the home had been burgled, likely by thieves who were aware that Onil was in jail.
It used to annoy my mother—it used to make her afraid that we should be burgled.
One thing, I shan't be burgled, with all them dogs in the house.
He burgled the Bluebird and the Redbird and the Yellowbird; and not one single feathered creature escaped his clever beak.
So we just burgled the door with crowbars, and then we saw that we might have done it a bit more easily from outside.
I burgled—that is, I pretended I was a burglar last night and hid under your bed.
The moral to little George was plain: Don't go to church and you'll not get burgled.
This is the window, plastered with brown-paper and treacle, and then broken, belonging to the House that Bill burgled.
Well, I hope to goodness the house wont be burgled during the night, said he.
But these wide chimneys, if they allowed ascent, also permitted descent, and many a house was entered and burgled by this means.
To break into a place to rob; burglarize (1870+)