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  • n. A pickpocket.

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Examples

  • In 4 or 8 years (depending on how ignorant some of us are), we'll realize that Obama is the biggest pickpocketer in history.

    Campaigner-in-Chief to team up with Corzine

  • MOOS: Not a single put-pocketer has been smacked by someone mistaking him for a pickpocketer.

    CNN Transcript Aug 26, 2009

  • MOOS: Not a single putpocketer has been smacked by someone mistaking him for a pickpocketer.

    CNN Transcript Aug 25, 2009

  • The Notting Hill Riots in the UK occurred on August 30, 1976, in response to heavy police surveillance when police tried to arrest a pickpocketer.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • The pickpocketer fumbles the phone at the last second but think about the finger dexterity, the joint strength, the will...he's just took pickpocketing to a level I'm not even sure should exist.

    Gizmodo

  • We weren't sure what to do, but we knew we had to act fast so my friend followed the pickpocketer, another friend grabbed a nearby police officer, and I went to inform the gentleman that he had just been robbed.

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  • I took him down the street to where we had seen the pickpocketer walk, and the police had found him!

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  • A pregnant Bulgarian pickpocketer operating as part of a gang in Australia has been jailed after police revealed that they had been tipped off about the group in question by British Transport Police in London.

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