Is it about a book contract, or a pilfered appearance on CNBC?
But it is not the only Italian site that has been pilfered in recent months.
Snowden pilfered documents from databases designed to share intelligence more broadly within the government.
An added sentence—possibly from an actual interview Goodall conducted with Aplin—followed by a pilfered (and truncated) one.
By this time, a few of the jars had fermented and blown up, and a few others had been pilfered.
For if I had read yours first you might have said that I had pilfered from you.
But no sooner had Hind appeared at Douglas than honest citizens were pilfered at every turn.
Listen to him, and there never was a man so traded on,—so robbed and pilfered from.
Quick, let's lock the door again and go back to our own quarters with the pilfered volume.
With their usual frankness they quite admitted that I might have pilfered the shilling.