Housebreaker

• (n.) One who is guilty of the crime of housebreaking.
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Housebreaker

[business] A housebreaker is an organisation that specialises in the disposition of large, old residential buildings. From the late 19th century and peaking in the mid 20th, many large country houses, manors, stately homes and castles in the United Kingdom became impractical to maintain - initially due to the repeal of the Corn Laws and the...
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Housebreaker

House'break`er noun One who is guilty of the crime of housebreaking.
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Housebreaker

not a burglar, but an early, and perhaps rather generous term for a demolition contractor.
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housebreaker

[n] - a burglar who unlawfully breaks into and enters another person`s house
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