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    Ugly words

    I just saw "burglarized" in the Los Angeles Times.

    What on earth happened to burgled?
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    Re: Ugly words

    Quote Originally Posted by spot View Post
    I just saw "burglarized" in the Los Angeles Times.

    What on earth happened to burgled?
    I don't think "burgled" ever really took root here.
    Burgarized goes back to the mid-19th Century.
    It may not be so much that I've conceded your point as that you just can't hear me rolling my eyes.

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    Re: Ugly words

    Quote Originally Posted by spot View Post
    I just saw "burglarized" in the Los Angeles Times.

    What on earth happened to burgled?
    The only place I have heard the word burgled is in the Hobbit cartion movie.

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    Re: Ugly words

    It's better than 'home invasion'...................it is a burglary isn't it ?

    Anyway........Susie Dent says many Americanisms are from old English and that we.....the English have moved on, but the zee's and stuff are native to real English.
    I find it hard, but her word is good enough for me.
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    Re: Ugly words

    Burglarize - the condition of having been burgled.

    It makes sense to me, although I just made that definition up.

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    Re: Ugly words

    Well, I will be 77 later this month, and I have never heard "burgled" used other than in a comedic sense, and very rarely, in the USA.

    "Burglarized" is the common term here.

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    Re: Ugly words

    You have far too many zees of there.

    Is a 'Home invasion' the same as to be burgalized ?
    I thought I knew more than this until I opened my mouth

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    Re: Ugly words

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    You have far too many zees of there.

    Is a 'Home invasion' the same as to be burgalized ?
    "Home Invasion" implies that the residents were home at the time of the crime and usually involves weapons. Burglaries imply that the residents were not present at the time of the crime.

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    Re: Ugly words

    Quote Originally Posted by Wandrin View Post
    "Home Invasion" implies that the residents were home at the time of the crime and usually involves weapons. Burglaries imply that the residents were not present at the time of the crime.
    We would say we got burgled while we were home......cheeky buggers.....how dare they gadzooks.....then beat them with our brollies.
    Very few burglars come armed here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandrin View Post
    "Home Invasion" implies that the residents were home at the time of the crime and usually involves weapons. Burglaries imply that the residents were not present at the time of the crime.
    Yup. Don't know of many burglars that like to go in a home while the lawful residents are around.
    It may not be so much that I've conceded your point as that you just can't hear me rolling my eyes.

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