Burgle and Rob

Burgle

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Burgle verb – To enter a house or building by force usually with illegal intent.
Usage example: someone burgled the lab when no one was there and let the animals out of their cages

Rob is a synonym for burgle in intrude topic. In some cases you can use "Rob" instead a verb "Burgle", when it comes to topics like steal, ransack, break in, steal from. popular alternative
Nearby Word: burgling
Synonyms for Burgle

Rob

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Rob verb – To remove valuables from (a place) unlawfully.
Usage example: in jail for robbing a bank

Burgle is a synonym for rob in steal topic. You can use "Burgle" instead a verb "Rob", if it concerns topics such as raid. popular alternative
Nearby Word: robt
Synonyms for Rob

Common collocations

place burgle place rob place
house burgle house rob house
office burgle office rob office
shop burgle shop rob shop
Other nouns: warehouse.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / The Lunatic Genre Savvy: Inga proves herself to be this, training Aloysius and Service to burgle houses in little time, and supplying gloves for them to hide fingerprints and wrapping their feet to prevent leaving footprints, in preparation to rob Busha's house.
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