stole

Part of speech:

Imp. of STEAL, v.

Part of speech: noun

A narrow band worn by an officiating clergyman; any ecclesiastical vestment.

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Usage examples "stole":

  1. It was someone who knew him and his ways pretty well stole that money, or there would have been some record left. - "King of the Castle", George Manville Fenn.
  2. It stole some of the heart out of me, and I took my eyes off it. - "The Splendid Spur", Arthur T. Quiller Couch.
  3. She rose and stole softly through her garden. - "Good Stories For Great Holidays Arranged for Story-Telling and Reading Aloud and for the Children's Own Reading", Frances Jenkins Olcott.