View synonyms for ˈstealer


/ ˈstiːlə /


    1. a person who steals something
    2. ( in combination )


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Murrell was a horse thief and slave stealer who swindled his way through the Deep South in the early 1830s.

Karima El Mahroug, better known by her stage name Ruby the Heart Stealer, and Berlusconi both deny the charges.

On June 29, Manganiello will star as scene-stealer Big Dick Richie in Magic Mike.

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.

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.


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