larcenist


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lar·ce·nist

 (lär′sə-nĭst) also lar·ce·ner (-nər)
n.
One who commits larceny.
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Noun1.larcenist - a person who commits larceny
stealer, thief - a criminal who takes property belonging to someone else with the intention of keeping it or selling it

larcenist

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A sneaky letter larcenist wreaks havoc by stealing ABCs from around town, in Bill Richardson's The Alphabet Thief.
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6) Under nemo dat quod non habet, (7) a converter (along with his criminal cousins, the larcenist, the thief, and the robber) has the least secure of all unilaterally and sequentially acquired titles because the converter's title is void or, at best, voidable.
In "The Thief," the protagonist shoots and kills a praedial larcenist.
The victim was then blocked or tripped when they tried to pursue the larcenist.
We have failed to make common cause between ourselves and the many, many other groups under assault by the tax-cutting, states-rightist, antidemocratic, theocratic, larcenist plutocracy.
Information on employee credit, residence, employment, pictures, business cards and checks - all valuable information to the "social engineer," computer hacker, or larcenist - was improperly disposed of by the service provider.