But Julius and his comrades continued to pilfer American secrets for years after the defeat of fascism.
The women and children beg and pilfer, and the men commit greater acts of dishonesty.
He had some sort of an idea that he might pilfer the hospitality of his enemies.
The women make baskets, beg, pilfer, or sift and grind corn.
If they win, they grab at booty; if they lose, they unhorse and pilfer their own side!
He never stooped to pilfer, until exposure and decay had weakened his hand.
I suspect he has a plot with his apprentices to pilfer a portion of the metal.
And one day he brought not only a new tale, but a bottle of gin he had managed to pilfer from the camp of Professor No No.
The central idea of this modern folly about the potato is that you must pilfer the root.
Mr. Ritson says that Milton is frequently content to pilfer a happy expression from Shakespeareon this occasion, night-wanderer.