Purloin

Pur·loin' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Purloined ; present participle & verbal noun Purloining .] [ Old French purloignier , porloignier , to retard, delay; pur , por , pour , for (L...
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Purloin

Pur·loin' intransitive verb To practice theft; to steal. Titus ii. 10.
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Purloin

• (v. t.) To take or carry away for one`s self; hence, to steal; to take by theft; to filch. • (v. i.) To practice theft; to steal.
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purloin

to steal; to filch
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