Thief

• (n.) A waster in the snuff of a candle. • (n.) One who steals; one who commits theft or larceny. See Theft.
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thief

stealer noun a criminal who takes property belonging to someone else with the intention of keeping it or selling it
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Thief

[Apple II video game] Thief is a 1982 computer game created by Bob Flanagan and published by Datamost. ==Summary== The game puts the player in control of a thief that must make his way through simple mazes in search of items to steal. Each level is populated by stocky, possibly robotic guards that converge on the player, and which the playe...
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[arcade game] Thief is a 1981 arcade video game that is extremely similar to Pac-Man. The player operates a car being pursued by several blue police cars, in a maze that is supposed to represent city streets. There are eight mazes in all, which change every level in a set order, then repeat starting with the ninth screen. The ninth through ...
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Thief

[Camouflage song] Thief is a single by German synthpop group Camouflage. The single was released on July 12, 1999 via Virgin Records label. The single was later re-recorded and included on their sixth studio album Sensor in 2003. ==Overview== The record was the first single to feature band member Oliver Kreyssig since he departed the band i...
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Thief

[character class] The Thief, Scoundrel, or Rogue is a character class in many role-playing games, including Dungeons & Dragons, Final Fantasy, World of Warcraft and many MMORPGs. Thieves are usually stealthy and dexterous characters able to disarm traps, pick locks, spy on foes, and perform backstabs from hiding. Thieves are usually capable...
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[video game] Thief is a stealth video game developed by the Canadian video game developer Eidos Montreal, and published by Square Enix. It is a revival of the cult classic Thief series of stealth games, of which it is the fourth game. It was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One platforms on Feb...
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Thief

Thief (thēf) noun ; plural Thieves (thēvz). [ Middle English thef , theef , Anglo-Saxon þeóf ; akin to OFries. thiaf , Old Saxon theof , thiof , Dutch dief , German dieb , Old High German diob , Icel...
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Thief

A tubular instrument for removing a sample from a cask or barrel. Also called a pipe.
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Thief

A tubular instrument for removing a sample from a cask or barrel
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Thief

A type of pipette, used for sampling wine from the top of a tank.
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Thief

A type of pipette, used for sampling wine from the tops of tanks or barrels.
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Thief

A type of pipette, used for sampling wine from the top of a tank.
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thief

Origin: OE. Thef, theef, AS. Eof; akin to OFries. Thiaf, OS. Theof, thiof, D. Dief, G. Dieb, OHG. Diob, Icel. Jofr, Sw. Tjuf, Dan. Tyv, Goth. Iufs, iubs, and perhaps to Lith. Tupeti to squat or crouch down. Cf. Theft. ... 1. One who steals; one who commits theft or larceny. See Theft. 'There came a privy thief, men clepeth death.' (Chaucer) 'Where ...
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Thief

Someone who steals your skis. Always separate them outside a restaurant (especially in France). If you can`t find them later, wait till everyone`s gone home. There should be two left. If there`s only one, ski home carefully, and be on the look-out for a one legged thief. NB: Before accusing someone, don't forget to ask yourself how many skis you ha...
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Thief

Their wonderful gift of stealing whatever they believe is theirs, without being noticed, to add to their stash
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thief

[n] - a criminal who takes property belonging to someone else with the intention of keeping it or selling it
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