burglarize burglarize  /ˈbɜrɡlə ˌraɪz/


  • (v) commit a burglary; enter and rob a dwelling



  1. In this exclusive excerpt, Deng silently addresses a young boy who is helping to burglarize his apartment.
  2. This sitcom about a band of down-and-outers planning to burglarize the Rolling Stones' front man used to be called, with Snakes on a Plane directness, Let's Rob Mick Jagger.
  3. Just before Jackson sweeps to victory, her forces send a pair of Jesuit novices to burglarize her rival's sewing basket in search of love letters.


  1. Suspected burglars held at gunpoint by concerned neighbor

    A Fayette County man accused of trying to burglarize a Lookout home with a teen girl was held at gunpoint by a neighbor until deputies arrived. Fayette deputies went to the Foster Hill Road area of Lookout on Friday morning after emergency dispatchers ...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Charleston Daily Mail

  2. Concord: Teens flee after report of suspicious activity; police arrest one

    CONCORD -- One person has been detained and three are still at large after officers gave chase to a group of juveniles who may have been preparing to burglarize a neighborhood home Friday afternoon, police said.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: San Jose Mercury News

  3. One man, three juveniles busted on burglary charges in Boca

    Boca Raton Police Wednesday arrested one man and three juveniles after police said they drove a rental car into a community to burglarize houses, only to give a variety of stories when questioned.        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Sun-Sentinel


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