verb (used with or without object), bur·gled, bur·gling.
Origin of burgle
Related Words for burgledrip, bereave, raid, cheat, lose, plunder, mug, defraud, strip, divest, loot, hijack, ransack, interrupt, steal, rummage, trash, burglarize, pillage, rob
Examples from the Web for burgled
Contemporary Examples of burgled
The evening before, the shed at the back of the home had been burgled, likely by thieves who were aware that Onil was in jail.The Calamitous Castros: What We Know About Ariel Castro’s Brothers and Mother
May 9, 2013
Historical Examples of burgled
It used to annoy my mother—it used to make her afraid that we should be burgled.Good Old Anna
Marie Belloc Lowndes
One thing, I shan't be burgled, with all them dogs in the house.Harding's luck
E. [Edith] Nesbit
It was discovered that the pay offices had been burgled, and that a vast sum of money had been removed.The Hero of Panama
F. S. Brereton
So we just burgled the door with crowbars, and then we saw that we might have done it a bit more easily from outside.Chronicles of Martin Hewitt
The moral to little George was plain: Don't go to church and you'll not get burgled.