Grand-larceny Definition

noun
The more serious form of larceny, as distinguished from petit larceny, based on the monetary value of the stolen item.
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Synonyms:
grand theft
Antonyms:
petit larceny
verb
The taking, with intent to keep, of property valued above a certain dollar amount which varies from one jurisdiction to another.
Webster's New World Law

Other Word Forms of Grand-larceny

Noun

Singular:
grand-larceny
Plural:
grand-larcenies

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