Synonym: filch, pilfer, rob, take, thieve. Similar words: steak, steam, steady, steadily, instead of, step by step, team, tear. Meaning: [stɪːl] n. 1. an advantageous purchase 2. 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). v. 1. take without the owner's consent 2. move stealthily 3. steal a base.
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7, They haven't the gall to steal.
8, He was narked to steal his neighbour's pet.
9, Anyhow I must insist that you cannot steal.
10, She had to steal food just to stay alive.
11, don't let the past steal your present.
12, It is against the law to steal.
13, All six men admitted conspiring to steal cars.
14, You shouldn't steal the money squirreled away by her.
15, It is wrong to steal.
16, Would you steal from your own family?
17, I don't like to steal away your heart.
18, I saw you steal the money.
19, He would steal upward glances at the clock.
20, Don't let the past steal your present.
21, These thieves operate with terrifying stealth - they can easily steal from the pockets of unsuspecting travellers.
22, It is sacrilege to steal a crucifix from an altar.
23, It's wrong to steal.
24, He accused his younger brother of trying to steal his rightful inheritance.
25, It's immoral to steal.
26, They forestalled any attempt to steal the jewels by having them moved to a safer place.
27, never lie,(http://sentencedict.com/steal.html) cheat or steal. always smile a fair deal.
29, Worry is a total waste of time. It doesn't change anything. All it does is steal your joy and keep you very busy doing nothing.
30, I needed a special spanner and I couldn't beg , steal or borrow one anywhere.