rob in a sentence

rob meaning:

v. t.) To take something away from by force; to strip by stealing; to plunder; to pillage; to steal from.

rob sentence:

They are plotting to rob a bank.

He robbed me of my purse.

He was robbed in broad daylight.

I was robbed of my rightful share.

He was robbed of his money on the street.

My father is paranoid about being robbed.

The police suspect that he robbed the bank.

The tomb had been robbed of its treasures.

A group of teenagers robbed me of my money.

He was robbed in his hotel at pistol point.

The sea air robbed her hair of its softness.

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.

The big project has robbed Bill of his sleep over the weekend.

My boyfriend and I robbed a store and were caught red-handed.

The taxi driver was stabbed in the arm and chest by a man who then robbed him, and fled with all the money.

The merchant ship was stopped by pirates, and robbed of its cargo of spices and precious stones.

The man who robbed the bank is said to be of medium height, with brown hair and blue eyes.

All we know is that she got robbed last night, but the rest is just one big mystery.

The criminal robbed the landlord of a hundred thousand dollars and ran away.

Someone had better alert the police, we’ve been robbed.

The criminal throttled the watchman and robbed the bank.

The man confessed that he had robbed the old woman.

A highwayman robbed a foot passenger of his money.

They robbed the jewelry store in broad daylight.

The gang knocked him down and robbed him of his watch.

Most of the Egyptian tombs were desecrated and robbed.

He was sent down for 20 years for robbing a bank.

David was jailed for four years after robbing a petrol station to pay for his drug habit.

The disease robs you of muscle control.

The robber was nabbed this morning.

The robber tried to free the case from her grasp.

The robber whipped out his pistol when he saw the policeman.

The robbery took a deadly new twist as the robber pulled out a gun.

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