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thefts, plural;
  1. The action or crime of stealing
    • - he was convicted of theft
    • - the latest theft happened at a garage

  1. larceny: the act of taking something from someone unlawfully; "the thieving is awful at Kennedy International"
  2. In criminal law, theft is the illegal taking of another person's property without that person's freely-given consent. ...
  3. A Theft is a 1989 novel by the American author Saul Bellow. Bellow originally wanted to publish the book as a story or serial in a magazine such as The New Yorker, but his agent had trouble selling it to any magazine. ...
  4. "The Theft" is the second single from the American metalcore band Atreyu's third album, A Death-Grip on Yesterday, released in 2006. The song's lyrics are about the theft of the band's lead singer, Alex Varkatzas's "freedom" when he was an alcoholic, or in his words "stolen shit".
  5. The act of stealing property
  6. (THEFTS) Taking of honors and titles that belong to God and Christ unto one s self. Also taking temporal advantage on religious pretexts. Also withholding that which belongs to God.
  7. The unlawful taking of another's property with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of its use or possession.
  8. The wrongful taking of the property of another. It is a broad term and includes larceny, pilfering, hold-up, robbery and pick-pocketing.
  9. The unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property from the possession, or constructive possession, of another person.
  10. Unlawful taking of money, securities, or other property to the deprivation of the insured; includes burglary, robbery. See also Burglary; Robbery.
  11. According to Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, theft means The act of stealing; specifically, the felonious taking and removing of personal property, with an intent to deprive the rightful owner of the same; larceny.. ...
  12. Dishonest appropriation of property without the owner’s consent, with intent to deprive them of its use, either temporarily or permanently:
  13. Dishonestly obtaining property from others with the intention to keep it permanently.
  14. Should a theft occur, this indicates a loss threatened by lack of attention on the dreamer's part. It may indicate the dreamer's loss of contact with the world about him.
  15. a criminal offence committed where a person takes property belonging to another with the intention of permanently depriving that person of that property
  16. If the thief is caught red-handed or guilt proved upon him b way of enquiry, evidence etc, then the thief becomes liable to return the stolen articles (or equivalent to their price). Besides cash, penalty as fixed by the elder is to paid separely. ...
  17. a form of trespass. Theft can be intentional or unintentional.
  18. The term theft is a catchall legal phrase encompassing all crimes involving the intentional taking of personal property without consent. ...
  19. In Crime Insurance, a broad term encompassing any unlawful taking of property, including burglary and robbery. Usually excludes employee dishonesty and mysterious disappearance.
  20. [V], PO down, bends FT rapidly while supinating and approaching signer, as if something were stolen.
  21. Any “free market” transaction. Note that seizing the wealth of capitalists is not theft, but just reappropriation of publicly owned resources.
  22. In terms of computing, theft normally, but not always, involves altering computer records to disguise the theft of money. The theft of services can include a variety of acts, such as the unauthorised use of a company's information systems. See also Software theft and Data theft.
  23. An act or instance of stealing. Theft coverage is the most comprehensive of the crime coverages because it covers loss to insured property from a known location or time, encompassing both burglary and robbery.
  24. taking someones property unlawfully without their permission.
  25. The vehicle was stolen from its legal owner.