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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of pilfer.

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Examples

  • What I like to do is use nouns pilfered from a seemingly non-poetic source text -- this can be People Magazine (fabulous contemporary noun mall) or an internet article on hydroponics -- to explore a dream.

    Melissa Broder: Grand Theft Poetics

  • The DVD even came with a few of those nifty 3-D glasses, which looked like they'd been pilfered from a batch of cereal boxes.

    Rabid Rewind (Book vs. Movie): Coraline

  • What I like to do is use nouns pilfered from a seemingly non-poetic source text -- this can be People Magazine (fabulous contemporary noun mall) or an internet article on hydroponics -- to explore a dream.

    Melissa Broder: Grand Theft Poetics

  • What I like to do is use nouns pilfered from a seemingly non-poetic source text -- this can be People Magazine (fabulous contemporary noun mall) or an internet article on hydroponics -- to explore a dream.

    Melissa Broder: Grand Theft Poetics

  • The DVD even came with a few of those nifty 3-D glasses, which looked like they'd been pilfered from a batch of cereal boxes.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • What I like to do is use nouns pilfered from a seemingly non-poetic source text -- this can be People Magazine (fabulous contemporary noun mall) or an internet article on hydroponics -- to explore a dream.

    Melissa Broder: Grand Theft Poetics

  • What I like to do is use nouns pilfered from a seemingly non-poetic source text -- this can be People Magazine (fabulous contemporary noun mall) or an internet article on hydroponics -- to explore a dream.

    Melissa Broder: Grand Theft Poetics

  • It's actually quite well done and worth the look, and considering how much these douchebags have pilfered from the public in the last ... well, for ever, it's the least they could give back to Joe Sixpack.

    Little Linkie Love

  • The E911 document ( "Control Office Administration Of Enhanced 911 Services For Special Services and Account Centers") is an impenetrable bureaucratic document that was pilfered from a Bell South compute by a young hacker, and which led to an incredible domino-chain of legal and political ramifications.

    Boing Boing

  • “Single Gun Theory” begins with footage pilfered from the 1945 Three Stooges short “Three Pests in a Mess.”

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat

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