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  • n. The fact or practice of thieving; theft.
  • n. A place inhabited by thieves, or where thieves are in charge.


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From thief + -dom.


  • Well, there were a bunch of treasonous souls out to kill as many non-whites, enslaving others, to set up a thiefdom to pass on wealth to their own kind.

    OpEdNews - Diary: The origins of American Government and Obama, "The Post Turtle"

  • But based on a fact viz. that before Dale was elected no part of his thiefdom was in the top 100 most deprived areas out of 30,000 or so but two years later it was announced that Lib Dem Rochdale had DOUBLED it's deprivation hotspots and that Dale had copped one of these.

    Comedy Councillors: Rochdale Lib Dems Slap Schtick

  • The thiefdom of Cyril Smith for the past 50 years.

    Comedy Councillors: Rochdale Lib Dems Slap Schtick

  • Rumous abound in the old spanker's thiefdom that Spin it Again Dave is now about as popular as a turd in a swimming pool.

    Correction: Manchester Evening News Start on Cyril

  • Fidel Castro has passed the titles of power to his brother in a fashion suited more for a personal thiefdom than to a government purporting to represent that proud and dynamic people.

    CNN Transcript May 20, 2008

  • How can I hold on to my little thiefdom here and keep a better retirement plan than any of the people on Social Security and better health benefits than any of the people on Social Security?

    CNN Transcript Feb 3, 2005

  • There goes one who was once a shining light in thiefdom.

    IV. The Down Town Back-Alleys

  • Against this, there is the certain fact, as I have heard from various men engaged in the inquiry, that certain persons among the community of thieves are very much at loggerheads with each other, the higher, or creative department in thiefdom, accusing the lower or mechanical department of gross treachery in having appropriated to its own sole profit plunder, for the taking of which it had undertaken to receive a certain stipulated price.

    The Eustace Diamonds

  • Northern Crock, Cuntts & Co and Allied Arab Skank has enriched the Papal thiefdom beyond its wildest dreams. : Spoof News : Front Page

  • "The report detailed serious concerns about divisional leadership that lacked accountability and transparency, failed to observe proper process and created a thiefdom mentality."



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