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cop1 (informal) to steal. [1/2 definitions]
crib (informal) to plagiarize or steal. [1/12 definitions]
dishonest inclined to lie, steal, or cheat; not honest or trustworthy. [1/2 definitions]
dishonesty the inclination to lie, steal, or cheat; lack of honesty. [1/2 definitions]
filch to steal (usu. something of slight value) in a sly manner; pilfer.
hijack to steal (goods) while they are being transported from one place to another. [1/5 definitions]
hook (slang) to steal. [1/19 definitions]
housebreaking the act or process of breaking into a house illegally with intent to steal.
kleptomania a compulsion to steal, or the psychological disorder that causes such a compulsion.
kleptomaniac a person who has a psychological disorder that impels him or her to steal.
liberate (informal) to steal or loot, esp. in wartime. [1/2 definitions]
lift to steal or plagiarize. [1/12 definitions]
loot to steal (goods, money, or the like) in times of general disorder, such as during a riot, attack, or in the aftermath of a natural disaster. [1/7 definitions]
mooch to steal. [1/5 definitions]
nick (chiefly British; informal) to steal. [1/6 definitions]
peculate to steal for one's own use (money or property with which one has been entrusted); embezzle.
pick1 to steal from (someone's pocket or purse). [1/14 definitions]
pilfer to steal, esp. trifling amounts or things of small value.
pitchout in baseball, a ball deliberately pitched outside the plate in anticipation of an attempted steal by a base runner. [1/2 definitions]
plunder to steal (goods), esp. by force. [2/5 definitions]
poach1 to steal (fish or game) from another's land. [1/3 definitions]