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What is another word for rob?

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To unlawfully take possession of something
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“The criminals broke through the ceiling to rob the jewelry from the vault.”
To steal from or burgle a place, such as by plundering
“Every reasonable inference points to an intent on the part of Cole's assailant to rob the factory.”
To steal from someone or a place using threats or violence
“The victim testified that the defendant tried to rob him at gunpoint and threatened to shoot him.”
To dispossess someone of their belongings using deception
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“I find it intolerable that an elected government should rob me of my savings.”
To overcharge (someone) for something
“They were obviously trying to rob me blind with those exorbitant prices.”
To deprive, especially of something important or deserved
“Such a ruling could effectively rob Congress of its oversight powers for a very long time.”
To ambush or ensnare by hiding and unexpectedly intercepting
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