klepto


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klep·to

 (klĕp′tō)
n. Slang
A person who has a compulsion to steal; a kleptomaniac.

klepto

(ˈklɛptəʊ)
n, pl -tos
short for kleptomaniac
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Cell Phone Klepto I went for a meal with this girl I met through a dating app and it was going really well.
Whether it's the adorable klepto Niffler, the invisible monkey-like seer Demiguise, or the majestic Thunderbird (who could be a Hippogriff's cousin), the creatures have been brought to life with highest level of CGI-sorcery in existence.
Similarly common species are house sparrow and house crow (Corvus splendens); that is an omnivorous bird and spend its life as a klepto parasitic on various avian species.
I once refused to take a parcel for a neighbour on the grounds that I was a klepto maniac and would "probably end up nicking it".
Fourth Annual Klepto 5K Run Registration, noon; start, 1 p.
In Klepto, Jenny Pollack tells the story of two best friends, both named Julie, who attend the High School for Performing Arts and have a problem with shoplifting.
Sometimes they call me the Keepsake Klepto, The Swindler of Sentiment.
But perhaps these protestors, or the clowns who lightly taunt police with pink feather dusters and tease them about their lycra shorts, increase their margins of freedom, even if only by degrees (Kolonel Klepto, n.
Scott Cunningham) and elegant klepto Bettina (Caroline Lagerfelt).
Allt had gone to America where he wrote a book, Klepto, about a kleptomaniac, and Kirby was beginning to have success with plays at the Unity Theatre.
This is the question explored by reformed kleptomaniac Steve Tasane in Klepto - Prince of Thieves.