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stealing, thieving, thievery, theft, larceny
n. the act of taking something from someone unlawfully; "the thieving is awful at Kennedy International"
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thieving, thievish
adj. given to thievery
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fraud
n. intentional deception resulting in injury to another person
armed robbery, stickup, holdup, heist
n. robbery at gunpoint
buccaneering, piracy
n. hijacking on the high seas or in similar contexts; taking a ship or plane away from the control of those who are legally entitled to it; "air piracy"
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double-tongued, double-faced, two-faced, Janus-faced, double-dealing, duplicitous, deceitful, ambidextrous
adj. marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another; "she was a deceitful scheming little thing"- Israel Zangwill; "a double-dealing double agent"; "a double-faced infernal traitor and schemer"- W.M.Thackeray
beguiling
adj. misleading by means of pleasant or alluring methods; "taken in by beguiling tales of overnight fortunes"
shoddy, misleading, deceptive
adj. designed to deceive or mislead either deliberately or inadvertently; "the deceptive calm in the eye of the storm"; "deliberately deceptive packaging"; "a misleading similarity"; "statistics can be presented in ways that are misleading"; "shoddy business practices"
picaresque
adj. involving clever rogues or adventurers especially as in a type of fiction; "picaresque novels"; "waifs of the picaresque tradition"; "a picaresque hero"
blackguardly, scoundrelly, rascally, roguish
adj. lacking principles or scruples; "the rascally rabble"; "the tyranny of a scoundrelly aristocracy" - W.M. Thackaray; "the captain was set adrift by his roguish crew"
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