thievishness


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Noun1.thievishness - having a disposition to steal
dishonesty - the quality of being dishonest
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thievishness

[ˈθiːvɪʃnɪs] Npropensión f a robar
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thievishness

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References in classic literature ?
The final drink-offering should have been made to Jove or Neptune, not to the god of thievishness and rascality of all kinds.
The youthful phase of wandering, thievishness, and warfare is linked closely to the image of the wolf or dog, and we will see how this motif reappears in Raabe's protagonist Kiza and Tournier's Abel Tiffauges, both of whom recruit youth for war.
And, in a November 2005 speech at the Ministry of Defense, President Putin strongly criticized the chronic corruption and "unbridled thievishness" in the armed forces (Miasnikov 2005).