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  • And he took it, he stole it and carried it back to his camp.
  • Players in this division will be able to lead off and steal.
  • Finally, he bought a ship that later turned out to be stolen.
  • What is known, is that when he ran short of money he stole from his fellow students.
  • Vehicles can be found ready for use or can be stolen from an enemy.
  • This guitar would become his main live guitar until it was stolen at a show.
  • They finished second or third in total steals each of those seasons.
  • He is the only center to rank among the top ten all time in steals.
  • He was re-arrested shortly after while driving a stolen car with various weapons.
  • The other team may win the end by stealing one point.
  • The problem comes, though, when others come in behind you and try to steal them away.
  • When his record comes in it turns out that he has done far worse than stealing.
  • He then stole one his father's horses and followed the soldiers to follow the same career.
  • This means that it is possible to steal one's own property.
  • The first three games forced the player to steal food in order to survive.
  • They hold up stores and gas stations, but the money they steal does not last long.
  • He makes a deal with the federal government to pay back all the money he stole, plus interest.
  • But after he had stolen his first horse or killed an enemy, he was given a name to honor him.
  • In the second of those two games, he also had a career high in steals, with five.
  • This species has been observed stealing food from other species.
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Meaning of steal

  • noun A stolen base; an instance in which a base runner advances safely during the delivery of a pitch (without the help of a hit or walk or passed ball or wild pitch)
  • verb Take without the owner's consent
    Someone stole my wallet on the train, This author stole entire paragraphs from my dissertation
  • verb Move stealthily
    The ship slipped away in the darkness
  • verb Steal a base