safecracker

[ UK /sˈe‍ɪfkɹækɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a thief who breaks open safes to steal valuable contents
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How To Use safecracker In A Sentence

  • He has a new cellmate, an articulate safecracker named Jack Duane.
  • The actual sequence of opening the safe develops some real suspense as the director cuts between the safecrackers, their leader who has run into a hitch in the plan, and the returning watchmen.
  • Each safe is actually rated according to approximately how long it can withstand fire, as well as how hard it would be for a veteran safecracker to break into it.
  • The kids' favorite part (and, I suspect, everyone else's, too) was Feynman's retelling of his adventures as a safecracker.
  • He is an executive producer for this picture, but has only a strained cameo as safecracker who uses a wheelchair, advising a raggle-taggle bunch of thieves on how to pull a job.
  • Safecracker: Yeah, to anxiousness people. You know, struggle paint.
  • Veteran British safecracker Gary ‘Gal’ Dove retires, taking his wife to the sunny climes of Spain to live off his ill-gotten gains.
  • We have two of the finest safecrackers in North America working with us here at Ronald Lister.
  • There are really too many to name them all, but Italian comic Tot is especially endearing in his role as Dante Cruiciani, a legendary safecracker brought in to give the gang some much-needed pointers.
  • William H. Macy, playing nervous single parent Riley, and Sam Rockwell, as born loser boxer Pero, head the cast of this hit and miss affair, most notable for a cameo appearance by George Clooney as a wheelchair-bound safecracker.
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