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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A thief who steals from the pants or purses of others in public places.

Usage examples (36)
  • A pickpocket is extra-legal, but it in no way follows that he needs to be faced with extra-legal force.
  • Marketing really grabbed on to the line that ends one of the later chapters which used the phrase pickpocket countess.
  • The qualifications for a pickpocket are a light tread, a delicate sense of touch, combined with firm nerves.
  • Cameron and colleagues then compared the genes of the two fly groups and identified a gene called pickpocket 28 for more
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