She plays the kidnapped wife of an embezzler opposite Tim Robbins, John Hawkes, and Isla Fisher.
Not only he, but all the rest of them, must be made to feel that an embezzler is going to be caught, every time.
The rumors, always contradicted, that the embezzler had been caught!
Surely, he had not been the embezzler, the libertine, the assassin!
It becomes you well—you, the cheat, the embezzler, the swindler.
But all the venom of suspicion was wholly engaged with Frank Vaniman, the son of an embezzler.
Those are the only two places where an embezzler is comparatively safe these days.
Was the law sending its officers to seize the embezzler, the ruffian who had robbed widow and orphan?
These men who were robbed say that you are an embezzler, a thief.
A forger, embezzler and thief presided over Mississippis Department of Education.
early 15c., from Anglo-French embesiler "to steal, cause to disappear" (c.1300), from Old French em- (see en- (1)) + besillier "torment, destroy, gouge," of unknown origin. Sense of "to dispose of fraudulently" is first recorded 1580s. Related: Embezzled; embezzling.