housebreaking : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n trespassing for an unlawful purpose; illegal entrance into premises with criminal intent
- v train (a pet) to live cleanly in a house
- Says Fox: "The best use of pedigree papers is for housebreaking your dog.
- Mild cases of misbehavior involving housebreaking and chewing are still handled with conventional treatments: training, along with diet and exercise changes.
- Brisk was sunspot activity when, in 1908, Isadore Edelstein first got in bad (for housebreaking) in his home State of Kentucky.
News & Articles
- Man sentenced for beating, kicking puppy
EVERETT -- A Snohomish County judge on Tuesday advised a Sultan man that he should have bought a book about housebreaking dogs instead of beating a puppy named Precious.
June 20, 2013 - Everett Herald
- Avi Dichter in Ynetnews
Internal Security Minister Avi Dichter said in response to the poll, "In contract with the public's low appreciation for the police, since the beginning of 2008 there has been a dramatic drop in crime, including car thefts and housebreaking. There...
- Aggrey Klaaste in Independent Online
It was a routine story but the trouble was that crime committed in the township was not crime, but if there was housebreaking in the white suburbs it was crime,said Klaaste.