Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of larcener.

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Examples

  • After presiding over a gang of torturers, murderers, grand larceners and extortionists, he flies back to England.

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  • The former were low vaults, with narrow slits instead of windows, resembling, as Edward's groom observed, ` ` rather a prison for murderers and larceners, and such like as are tried at

    The Waverley

  • The former were low vaults, with narrow slits instead of windows, resembling, as Edward's groom observed, 'rather a prison for murderers, and larceners, and such like as are tried at' sizes, than a place for any Christian cattle. '

    Waverley — Volume 1

  • The former were low vaults, with narrow slits instead of windows, resembling, as Edward’s groom observed, ‘rather a prison for murderers, and larceners, and such like as are tried at

    Waverley

  • 'rather a prison for murderers and larceners, and such like as are tried at' sizes, than a place for any Christian cattle. '

    Waverley: or, 'Tis sixty years since

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