Definition of Embezzling:
steal money, often from employer
Synonyms of Embezzling:
Sentence/Example of Embezzling:
Navalny and his brother, Oleg, were convicted in 2014 of embezzling about $500,000 from 2008 to 2012 in a case that involved their use of a subcontractor in a logistics deal to transport goods for two companies, MPK and Yves Rocher Vostok.
The district attorney’s office also recently confirmed that it’s looking into a separate claim — made last year by Barrios’ political opponent — that he embezzled money from a local Democratic club.
The district attorney’s office has confirmed that it’s looking into a separate claim — made last year by Barrios’ political opponent — that he embezzled money from a local Democratic club.
The district attorney’s Public Integrity Unit is investigating a complaint that he embezzled money out of a local Democratic club where he served as treasurer.
To appropriate another man's design was no more nor less than to embezzle his money or steal his goods.
"Embezzle for him $70,000 worth of securities," thought the examiner.
If servants get not their meat honestly and decently, they will neglect their master's business, or embezzle his goods.
When I urged reform, the officials and gentry seized the opportunity to embezzle.
I assigned him a certain operation, and, having brought it to success, he endeavoured to embezzle—did embezzle—the proceeds.
I don't say it was proved on the other hand that he did embezzle that sum.