Definition of Safecracking

1. Noun. The act of defeating the security mechanisms of a safe or vault to gain access to its contents. ¹



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Definition of Safecracking

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Safecracking

safe mode
safe pair of hands
safe period
safe room
safe seat
safe seats
safebox
safeboxes
safebreaker
safebreakers
safebreaking
safebreakings
safecracker
safecrackers
safecracking (current term)
safecrackings
safed
safeguard
safeguarded
safeguarder
safeguarders
safeguarding
safeguards
safehold
safehouse
safehouses
safeish
safekeeping
safekeepings

Literary usage of Safecracking

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1. Campus Crime and Security at Postsecondary Education Institutionsby Laurie Lewis by Laurie Lewis (1997)
"... housebreaking; safecracking; and all attempts to commit any of the aforementioned. Motor Vehicle Theft The theft or attempted theft of a motor vehicle. ..."

2. Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics 1995 by Estados Unidos Departament of Justice (1996)
"Burglary-breaking and entering, burglary, and safecracking. Larceny-theft, petty larceny, and grand larceny, Motor vehicle theft-auto theft, conversion of ..."

3. National Corrections Reporting Program 1990 by Craig Perkins (1993)
"Burglary— breaking and entering, burglary, and safecracking. Larceny—theft, petty larceny, and grand larceny. Methodology Motor vehicle theft— auto theft, ..."

4. Protecting Critical Information & Technology: Proceedings of the Fourth by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"The history of safecracking as sketched in 1972 by the distinguished criminologist, Donald Cressey, illustrates the continually evolving nature of criminal ..."

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