‹ Stealer Steals ›
Meanings and phrases
- the act of taking something from someone unlawfully; larceny; theft; thievery; thieving
- avoiding detection by moving carefully; stealth
- After that runner was caught stealing, no other batter reached base.
- It is explicitly not caught stealing to be put out after a wild pitch or passed ball.
- Attempts to steal that result in the baserunner being out are "caught stealing" (CS).
- At the same time, Eleanor was accused of stealing jewels from the Tower of London.
- The sage is accused of stealing, and just before he is going to be killed, Lord Vishnu comes and saves the day.
- After the talks, one of the Navajos was accused of stealing a horse from a Mexican who was accompanying the troops.
- Coleman ripped the telephone from their wall before stealing money and their car.
- In exchange he tells him that Marta has been stealing money from the deal and stalking him.
- The owner's partner, Lewis Kasman, a Gambino crime family associate, had been stealing money from the restaurant.