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larcenous (adjective), more larcenous, most larcenous
A descriptive term for stealing the personal property of another person or people: The man developed a larcenous scheme that resulted in a great financial loss to the investors.

The thief was pretending to be filling out papers at the bank and when he noticed that a woman had apparently withdrawn a lot of money, he followed her out and completed his larcenous objective of robbing her just as she was getting into her car.

Stealing or defrauding.
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Stealing and committing thefts.
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Thievish, given to defrauding others with plans for committing thefts. (2)