v. t.) To take something away from by force; to steal from.
v. t.) To deprive of, or withhold from, unjustly or injuriously; to defraud;
They are plotting to rob a bank.
The accident robbed him of his sight.
A cashier was robbed at gun point.
Her absence robbed us of our pleasure.
They robbed the bank in broad daylight.
The man confessed that he had robbed the old woman.
Most of the Egyptian tombs were desecrated and robbed.
He was sent down for 20 years for robbing a bank.
The disease robs you of muscle control.
Their home had been robbed and their television was stolen.
My boyfriend and I robbed a store and were caught red-handed.
The big project has robbed Bill of his sleep over the weekend.
His gang robbed two dozen banks and four police stations.
Masked men held up the passengers and robbed them of their money.
The two men were later apprehended after they robbed another store.
They threatened to shoot him and robbed him of all his possessions.
By December 1946, Walker was robbing liquor stores at gunpoint.
The criminal robbed the landlord of a hundred thousand dollars and ran away.
Fourteen banks and one grocery store were robbed.
What would you do if someone tried to rob you in the street?
The thief made a misguided attempt to rob a policewoman.
They have been robbing the humans of their vegetables.
The minute your back’s turned, they’ll rob you blind.
Wasting time is robbing oneself.