larcenist


larcenist
lar·ce·nist (lärʹsə-nĭst) also lar·ce·ner (-nər) n.
One who commits larceny.

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  • larcenist — index hoodlum Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • larcenist — 1803, from LARCENY (Cf. larceny) + IST (Cf. ist). Earlier was larcener (1630s) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Larcenist — Larcener Lar ce*ner, Larcenist Lar ce*nist, n. One who commits larceny. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • larcenist — larcener, larcenist thief, robber, burglar (see under theft) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • larcenist — larceny ► NOUN (pl. larcenies) ▪ theft of personal property (in English law replaced as a statutory crime by theft in 1968). DERIVATIVES larcenist noun larcenous adjective. ORIGIN Old French larcin, from Latin latro robber …   English terms dictionary

  • larcenist — noun Date: 1803 a person who commits larceny …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • larcenist — noun One who commits larceny, a thief. Syn: larcener …   Wiktionary

  • larcenist — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A person who steals: bandit, burglar, highwayman, housebreaker, larcener, pilferer, pur loiner, robber, stealer, thief. See CRIMES …   English dictionary for students

  • larcenist — n. robber, thief …   English contemporary dictionary

  • larcenist — noun (C) law a thief …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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