Word:

Thief

Pronunciation: thēf
n.1.One who steals; one who commits theft or larceny. See Theft.
There came a privy thief, men clepeth death.
- Chaucer.
Where thieves break through and steal.
- Matt. vi. 19.
2.A waster in the snuff of a candle.
Thief catcher
Same as Thief taker.
Thief leader
one who leads or takes away a thief.
Thief taker
one whose business is to find and capture thieves and bring them to justice.
- L'Estrange.
Thief tube
a tube for withdrawing a sample of a liquid from a cask.
Thieves' vinegar
a kind of aromatic vinegar for the sick room, taking its name from the story that thieves, by using it, were enabled to plunder, with impunity to health, in the great plague at London.
Noun1.thief - a criminal who takes property belonging to someone else with the intention of keeping it or selling it
Synonyms: stealer

THIEF, crimes. One who has been guilty of larceny or theft.

To dream that you are a thief, signifies much unpleasantness in your social life and distress in your business. You may also be overstepping your boundaries. To dream that you are in pursuit or capture a thief, denotes that you will overcome your rivals. To dream that you are a witness to a theft, indicates that others are wasting and stealing your time, energy, and ideas.Judas, bad person, bandit, betrayer, booster, brigand, buccaneer, cat burglar, cat man, charlatan, cheat, con artist, con man, confidence man, convict, corsair, cracksman, criminal, crook, cutpurse, dacoit, deceiver, delinquent, desperado, desperate criminal, dip, double-dealer, embezzler, evildoer, felon, filcher, filibuster, flimflam man, footpad, freebooter, fugitive, gallows bird, gangster, gaolbird, gunman, highwayman, hijacker, housebreaker, jailbird, kleptomaniac, larcener, larcenist, lawbreaker, lifter, malefactor, malevolent, malfeasant, malfeasor, marauder, misfeasor, mobster, mountebank, mugger, nip, outlaw, peculator, picaroon, pickpocket, pilferer, pirate, plunderer, poacher, prig, privateer, public enemy, purloiner, quisling, racketeer, ruffian, scofflaw, sea rover, second-story man, sharper, shoplifter, sinner, stealer, swindler, thug, traitor, transgressor, trickster, two-timer, villain, worker of ill, wrongdoer
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