One may be forgiven for wondering why she chose to move in—and stay for months—with a kleptomaniac roommate.
He was also a kleptomaniac, and, of course, untruthful into the bargain.
"A kleptomaniac," Smithson explained, retaining his manner of mild insistence.
The kleptomaniac, however, is generally a rich or influential woman.
Another oddity with whom I was associated was a kleptomaniac.
Not that there are any chattels to tempt the cupidity of the kleptomaniac.
The kleptomaniac may be the most troublesome to the community; but is he more wicked than the others?
She steals something she does not need, and she is therefore held to be a kleptomaniac and not responsible.
No thief, for example, is such an utter thief—so good a thief—as the kleptomaniac.
The poor woman who steals something she actually needs is not a kleptomaniac.