- pieces of cloth said to be purloined by tailors. Any small profits in the way of material.
- to pilfer or purloin. Termed by _Johnson_ a “cant word,” but adopted by later lexicographers as a respectable term. Said to have been first used in the above sense by _Arbuthnot_.
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