Definition of Larcenists

1. Noun. (plural of larcenist) ¹



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Definition of Larcenists

1. larcenist [n] - See also: larcenist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Larcenists

laquays
laquearian
laqueary
lar
lar gibbon
laramie group
larb
larbish
larboard
larboards
larbs
larcener
larceners
larcenies
larcenist
larcenists (current term)
larcenous
larcenously
larceny
larch
larch tree
larchen
larches
larchlike
lard
lard oil
lardacein
lardaceous
lardaceous liver

Literary usage of Larcenists

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1. Lives of the Queens of England of the House of Hanover by Doran (John) (1875)
"... his naval pictures— Royal births—The custom of cake and caudle observed—Petty larcenists —Sarah Wilson and her subsequent life—Death of Princess Mary; ..."

2. Lives of the queens of England of the house of Hanover by John Doran (1855)
"... births—The custom of cake and caudle observed—Petty larcenists—Sarah Wilson and her subsequent life—Death of Princess Mary; and of Princess Augusta ..."

3. The World's Best Orations: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time by David Josiah Brewer, Edward Archibald Allen, William Schuyler (1899)
"grumbled the workman in his blouse, as the protected gamblers of the Stock Exchange and the grand- larcenists of wealth in their well-fed splendor drove in ..."

4. The Labor Movement in America by Richard Theodore Ely (1905)
"More men in the United States who have robbed us. " THE GRAND larcenists OF AMERICA. " THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE LEGALLY STOLEN THE ..."

5. The Land of Poco Tiempo by Charles Fletcher Lummis (1893)
"... like the Hermano Mayor, Salazar and Cuate ; but many of them are of the lowest and most dangerous class—petty larcenists, horse- thieves, and assassins, ..."

6. Sentencing in the Federal Courts: Does Race Matter?: The Transition to by Douglas Corry McDonald, Kenneth E Carlson (1994)
"... Black, and Hispanic larcenists Whites, blacks, and Hispanics differed in certain characteristics that were associated with receiving different sentences ..."

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