embezzled

[ US /ɪmˈbɛzəɫd/ ]
[ UK /ɛmbˈɛzə‍ld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. taken for your own use in violation of a trust
    the banker absconded with embezzled funds
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How To Use embezzled In A Sentence

  • The visitors give the Sisterhood seven a blank check from their own pockets to find two billion dollars targeted for poor countries apparently embezzled from the World Bank. Fast Track-Fern Michaels « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews
  • DeRusha made the charges after he allegedly embezzled up to $ 619, 000 from the Flynn committee.
  • Paige speculates that Philip could have embezzled the money and forged documents to implicate Gail and throw authorities off of his trail.
  • Five thousand dollars was embezzled from a Los Angeles theatre and dissipated in high living by a man twenty-one years old. Humanizing the Prisons
  • To hide the bills from her family, she embezzled US $241,061 from the company over three years by padding her expense account, authorities said.
  • Confusion, dirt, pandemoniac noise, long delay, and over all a blistering sun, were ill suited to bring peace to the embezzled seeker after pleasure. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 85, November, 1864
  • They've embezzled money from a company - I had one example of a gentleman who didn't want his wife to know that he was going to a massage parlour every Friday.
  • Such-and-such petrifaction: I am the employee of this company, corruption of our industry leader is serious, informal cadre of level of a family, estimation can be embezzled 1 million.
  • Soong has said he never embezzled money, and his campaign has argued that Lien has much in common with Marcos, because both married beauty queens.
  • There was, in reality, a person of the name of Chotard; but he was a man ruined by debts and debauchery; a fraudulent bankrupt who embezzled forty thousand crowns from the tax office of the farmers-general in which he held a situation, and who is not likely to have given up a hundred thousand crowns to the grandmother of the doctor in laws. A Philosophical Dictionary
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