But one may use such new coinages as burglarize, home-run, and diner rather freely.
Use of false or unauthorized words, as burglarize or supremest.
The point is that by this time Daniel Crowley has, ah, infiltrated the institution you expected to burglarize tonight.
It is absurd to say that one inherits the tendency to rob or rape or burglarize or kill.
You'd have thought you was fixed out to burglarize a restaurant before you could get your grub.
We see in a telegraphic despatch from across the boundary line that a store was "burglarized" a short time ago. We are sorry that any thing so dreadful should have happened to any of our inventive cousins. Truly the American language is "fearfully and wonderfully made." ["Upper Canada Law Journal," September 1865, p.228]
Burglarize, to, a term creeping into journalism. "The Yankeeisms donated, collided, and burglarized have been badly used up by an English magazine writer." (Southern Magazine, April, 1871.) The word has a dangerous rival in the shorter burgle. [Maximilian Schele De Vere, "Americanisms; The English of the New World," 1872]