Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of burglarise.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He would have said that they were thieves bent on burglarising Green Fancy were it not for the disclosures of Miss Thackeray and the very convincing proof that they were not shot by the same man.

    Green Fancy

  • The boy, who says he is a fan of the US crime drama CSI, then witnessed the prolific thief burglarising a house - and trailed her as she took the stolen goods to another property.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • The Quaids were expected in a Santa Barbara court, where they were facing three charges of allegedly burglarising and defrauding the owner of the luxury San Ysidro Ranch after checking out without paying $10,000 (£6,600) hotel bill last month (Sep09).

    Entertainment - Female First

  • The Quaids were expected in a Santa Barbara court, where they were facing three charges of allegedly burglarising and defrauding the owner of the luxury San Ysidro Ranch after checking out without paying $10,000 hotel bill last month.

    JAM! Showbiz

  • And “burgling tools” is a lot more easier to say than “” burglarising tools” …

    Back-forming back-formations

  • It was five days after our arrival in the country, closer to dawn now than midnight, and we were supposedly burglarising the mullah’s villa.

    O Jerusalem

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