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Word: STEAL

The word STEAL has appeared in at least 360 clues on different crosswords.

STEAL definition(s):

  • an advantageous purchase
  • take without the owner''s consent
  • a stolen base; an instance in which a base runner advances safely during the delivery of a pitch (without the help of a hit or walk or passed ball or wild pitch)
  • move stealthily
  • steal a base

Clue(s)
"""How to ___ a Million"" (Peter O'Toole movie)"
"""Lift"""
"""Why don't we ___ away into the night"""
"1980 hit ""___ Away"""
A great buy
Act like a dip
"Advance 90 feet, in a way"
"Advance in baseball, possibly"
Advantageous purchase
Amazing bargain
Appropriate
Appropriate in a way
Appropriate inappropriately
Appropriate without right.
Appropriate.
At least it's a real bargain
Bargain
Bargain buy
Bargain for a burglar?
Bargain hunter's delight
Bargain hunter's find
Bargain of a sort
Bargain of a sort.
Bargain of sorts.
Base act?
Base runner's achievement
Base runner's attempt
Base runner's feat
Base runner's swipe
Base-runner's ploy
Baseball action
Baseball datum
Baseball feat
Baseball or basketball coup
Baseball play
Baseball play.
Baseball play: Colloq.
Baseball ploy
Baseball theft
Baseball theft?
Baserunning achievement
Baserunning feat
Baserunning ploy
Baserunning strategy
Basketball coup
Be light-fingered
"Beat the throw to second base, say"
"Ben Harper: ""___ My Kisses"""
Better than a bargain
Big bargain
Big bargain: Colloq.
Boost
"Boost, so to speak"
"Borrow, in a way."
Break a Commandment
Break a commandment
Brock's forte
Burglar's bargain
Burgle
Buyer's coup
Certain taking of a base
Coach's sign
Commandment verb
Commit a crime.
Commit a felony
Commit robbery
Comparison shopper's find
Cop
Creep
Creep (in)
Crib
Cry from Brock's fans
Diamond datum
Diamond feat
Diamond maneuver
Diamond strategy
Diamond theft
Diamond theft?
Do a five-finger discount
Do a second-story job
Do second-story work
Embezzle
Emulate Raines of the Expos
Emulate Rickey Henderson
Emulate Ty Cobb
Emulate Vince Coleman
Excellent buy
Exceptional bargain
Exceptional deal
Extraordinary bargain: Colloq.
Fabulous bargain
Fantastic bargain
"Fast break start, often"
Feat for Jacoby Ellsbury
Filch
Filch.
Force a turnover at the Omni
Gain artfully
Gain artfully.
Get a five-finger discount
"Get to second base, in a way"
"Get to second base, perhaps"
Get to second base?
Get to second in a hurry
Give a superior performance
Go quietly
Go silently
Good buy
Good buy: Colloq.
"Good offensive or defensive play, depending on the sport"
"Grab an album using BitTorrent, e.g."
Grab and run
"Grateful Dead ""___ Your Face"""
Great bargain
Great buy
"Great buy, slangily"
Great value
Have sticky fingers
Have taking ways
Hoops turnover
Hoopster's coup
"How Ben Harper will get ""Kisses"""
How to get Abbie Hoffman's book?
Ignore a Commandment
Inappropriately appropriate
Incredible bargain
Incredible buy
It rarely happens at home
It's better than a bargain
It's marked way down
"Item at a 95% markdown, say"
Knock off
Legal diamond theft?
"Len ""___ My Sunshine"""
"Len hit ""___ My Sunshine"""
Lift
"Lift, in a way."
Lift.
Lou Brock specialty
Make away with
Make hot?
Make like Ellsbury
Make off with
Misappropriate
More than a good deal
More than just a good buy
"Move forward, in a way"
Move furtively
Move furtively.
Move quietly
NBA turnover
Not just a good deal
Obtain at least cost
One of Rickey Henderson's record thousand-plus
One of Rickey Henderson's thousand-plus
One way to get a base
One way to get home
One way to get home?
One way to get on base
One way to get to second base
One way to take a base
"Ozzy ""___ Away (the Night)"""
"Palm, say"
Pass imperceptibly
Pass interception
Peculate
Pick a pocket
Pick pockets
"Pick pockets, e.g."
"Pick pockets, perhaps"
"Pick pockets, say"
Pilfer
Pilfer.
Pinch
"Pirate, as software"
Plagiarize
Plagiarize.
Pocket
Purloin
"Purloin, as a letter"
Purloin.
Quite a bargain
"Reach second base, perhaps"
Real bargain
Real bargain.
Really good buy
Really good purchase
Remarkable bargain
Rickey Henderson feat
Ricky Henderson specialty
Rip off
Rob
Rob's cousin
Run on the pitcher
"Run to second while the pitcher isn't looking, say"
Runner's feat
"Rustle, as cattle"
"Rustle, as livestock"
Rustle.
Shoplift
"Shoplift, e.g."
Shopper's delight
Sign for Rickey Henderson
"Signal from the third base coach, maybe"
Signal to a runner
Smuggle.
"Snag hubcaps, e.g."
Snatch
Sneak (away)
Sneak (in)
Something bought for a song.
Something to do with a base or a heart
Specialty for Jose Reyes of the Mets
Speedy base runner's strategy
Super bargain
Super buy
Super deal
Super-bargain
Superbargain
Swipe
Swipe a base
Swipe second
Take
Take a base
Take a base?
Take a five-finger discount
Take an extra base
Take badly?
Take home?
Take illegally
Take inappropriately
Take inventory?
Take off with
Take second
"Take second, e.g."
"Take second, in a way"
"Take second, maybe"
"Take second, perhaps"
Take the silver
Take the silver?
Take the wrong way?
Take things the wrong way
Take things the wrong way?
"Take third, maybe"
Take unlawfully
Take without permission
Terrific bargain
Terrific buy
"The Who ""Did You ___ My Money"""
Theme of this puzzle
Thieve
Third base coach's sign
Tiptoe
"Toadies song ""What We Have We ___"""
Unbelievable bargain
Unbelievable buy
Very low price: Colloq.
Violate a Commandment
Violate the Eighth Commandment
Walk off with
What Rickey Henderson does often
What non-crediting samplers do
"What one can do, figuratively, to the last words of the four longest Across answers"
What the Dead will do to your face
What the light-fingered do
Yield to kleptomania
Yoink
___ a march on
___ a march on.
___ the blinds*
One of Rickey Henderson’s record 1406
Fantastic bargain
Swipe
Sign from a third base coach say
Filch
Swipe
Take unlawfully
Take home, perhaps?
Real bargain
Shoplift
Use a five-finger discount
Use a five-finger discount
Burglarize
Get home the hard way
Swipe
Signal from a third base coach, sometimes
Make off with
Thieve
Great bargain
Shoplift
Take unlawfully
Commit a theft
Rob
Filch
Take unlawfully
Swipe
Swipe
Great buy
Apply quickly, as paint
Real bargain
Burglarize
Burglarize
Thieve
Quietly take tea in central Bisley
Swipe
Swipe
Real bargain
Take unlawfully
Shoplift
Lift
Thieve
Shoplift
Take a "five-finger discount"
Great buy
Thieve
Wrongly to take the seat on the corner?
Base runner's act
Take unlawfully
Real bargain
Pilfer
Rob, ... from
Purloin
Thieve
Embezzle
Get to second base, in a way
Take without permission
Make off with
Great bargain
Burglars do so and go quietly
Thieve
Super bargain
Quietly take the least chance
Shoplift
Three for the price of one, say
Take illegally
Take something the wrong way
Great buy
Swipe
Take unlawfully
Shoplift
Rob
Great bargain
Take unlawfully
New tales are bargain
Make off with
Burglarize
Hoops turnover
Filch
Take illegally
Pinch a sound knife sharpener
Go quietly, as a burglar may do
Filch
Quietly take tea in outer Southall
Swipe
Cop
Pilfer
Thieve
Great buy
Walk off with
Make off with

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