verb (used with or without object), bur·gled, bur·gling.
Origin of burgle
Examples from the Web for burgle
Well, he must manage it, "burgle" his own house, if necessary.Marriage la mode|Mrs. Humphry Ward
But what did they want to go and burgle a plaster figure for?The Tinted Venus|F. Anstey
I reflected that if he meant to burgle me he would do so, key or no key, so I thanked him and said I was sure it was not needed.Through the Land of the Serb|Mary Edith Durham
You would almost rather let her go ahead and burgle, and let her go away with your money, than to shoot her.Peck's Sunshine|George W. Peck
If this car carries the burgling things to rob the bank they won't be able to burgle to-night, anyway.The Boy Scout Treasure Hunters|Charles Henry Lerrigo