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- n. Plural form of thief.
- v. Third person singular simple present form of to thieve.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of thief.
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But he had a wide knowledge of what we term the thieves 'catacombs, and, well, he' peached 'on the big fellow.
You who have spent too much time at Lakeside may not realize this but this feeding off of the foreigners by these parasitical Lake Chapala traffic cop thieves is a Lakeside phenomenon.
The Israeli military is there to protect the thieves from the persecuted victims.
If Obama wanted real ‘change’, he would start going through the process of eliminating these thieves from the system.
"Unless they call thieves and murderers those they want to hang, even if they didn't steal or kill!" said the younger as he rubbed a scab on his nose.
The jargon, or patter, of thieves is cant and it is only understood by thieves who have been let into its significance; the initiated language of professional gamblers is cant, and is only intelligible to gamblers.
The word thieves means those who merely take property.
ULF We have a few that we call thieves here, Master, but they would scarcely seem thieves to you.
The other answered sulkily, "They you call thieves are not to blame for that; the fault lies with the law."
Might be sad for the MAFIAAS, but not for the people they call thieves!!
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