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stole1 US English

A woman’s long scarf or shawl, especially fur or similar material, worn loosely over the shoulders

stole2 US English

Past of steal.

stole in steal US English

Take (another person’s property) without permission or legal right and without intending to return it

rob someone blind in blind US English

Rob or cheat someone in a comprehensive or merciless way

rob someone blind US English

Rob or cheat someone in a comprehensive or merciless way

steal someone's heart in steal US English

Win someone’s love

steal the show in steal US English

Attract the most attention and praise

steal someone's heart US English

Win someone’s love

steal the show US English

Attract the most attention and praise

steal a march on in steal US English

Gain an advantage over (someone), typically by acting before they do

steal someone's thunder in steal US English

Win praise for oneself by preempting someone else’s attempt to impress

steal a march on US English

Gain an advantage over (someone), typically by acting before they do

steal someone's thunder US English

Win praise for oneself by preempting someone else’s attempt to impress