- a person who steals something
- (in combination)scene-stealer
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Murrell was a horse thief and slave stealer who swindled his way through the Deep South in the early 1830s.Django Unchained’s Bloody Real History in Mississippi|Adam Rothman|February 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Karima El Mahroug, better known by her stage name Ruby the Heart Stealer, and Berlusconi both deny the charges.Silvio Berlusconi’s Bond-Style Underground Cave Revealed|The Telegraph|September 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
On June 29, Manganiello will star as scene-stealer Big Dick Richie in Magic Mike.Joe Manganiello’s Turn as Big Dick Richie in ‘Magic Mike’ and His Road to Hollywood|Marlow Stern|June 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The young woman, whose real name is Karima El Mahrough, calls herself Ruby "Rubicuore"—or "heart stealer."
Fellow detainees say he is a gifted public speaker and a scene stealer.
It is better that Edward should be fighting in the field than remain here and risk being shot as a deer-stealer, or put in prison.The Children of the New Forest|Captain Marryat
Where in those lines is the authority to compel me to be a partaker in the crimes of the man-stealer?
The marshal was busy writing a note for the Judge, and his lordship was passing sentence on a turnip-stealer.
The pear-stealer was caught, and on the first opportunity brought before the magistrates at Thirsk.
"I'll tak' care it deean't sneck again," said Old John, who had no scruples against shooting a pear-stealer.