Origin of filch
OTHER WORDS FROM filchfilcher, nounfilch·ing·ly, adverbun·filched, adjective
How to use filch in a sentence
Could being accused of filching a fragile old lady out of her pennies spell the end for Nicolas Sarkozy?
Filching all their time, yet granting generous donations for rest and sleep?The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4|American Anti-Slavery Society
I shall teach him a lesson for filching hens or cocks!Doctor Rat.Gammer Gurton's Needle|Mr. S. Mr. of Art
From the stock-jobbing owners down to the nickel-filching conductors they steal—steal—steal!The Grain Of Dust|David Graham Phillips