In the dead of night he STOL'd a new suit of the captain's clothes.
So didst thou say the other day, that I had STOL'n thy cock.
The Anglo-Saxons called their seats sett and STOL, a name which we still preserve in the modern stool.
Capt. Why, sweet, hath he not treacherously broke into our cabinet, and would have STOL'n thee thence?
Obariea took charge of Mr. Banks's things, and yet they were STOL'n from her, as she pretended.