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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of burgle.

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Examples

  • As has been pointed out, Geoffrey's place always looked as if it had been burgled, which is why it took him so long to realize.

    Gridlock

  • "Burglarized" is not English, I have no idea who started using that term, but the word is 'burgled'.

    A World Gone Nuts: Missing Junk and Missing Pants

  • But I suspect your Americanized ears hear it differently, just as they hear "burgled" as if belongs in a board game.

    A World Gone Nuts: Missing Junk and Missing Pants

  • It would also be informative to know what constituted the "burgled" or "robbed" items.

    Let's Be Careful Out There-Chula Vista Robberies

  • And a freshly 'burgled' house is rather a creepy place for a young girl to return to all alone ....

    Peace on Earth, Good-will to Dogs

  • The latter, especially the external pair, carry blood from the face and are subject abnormally to the will: the late lamented Mr. Charley Peace, who murdered and "burgled" once too often, could darken his complexion and even change it by arresting jugular circulation.

    Arabian nights. English

  • Officers who 'burgled' Exeter homes as part of crime prevention exercise accused of trespass

    Information Liberation

  • A police force that 'burgled' people's homes to show owners why they should lock their doors has been accused of trespass.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Ms Reid broke the news of the raid by posting the statement "burgled" on her Twitter account on Thursday morning.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • She broke the news of the raid by posting the statement "burgled" on her Twitter account on

    BBC News - Home

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