Definition of Kleptomania
the psychological urge to steal, not for gain or profit
Examples of Kleptomania in a sentence
George outright suffers from Kleptomania, often stealing things in arm’s reach just because he feels the impulse to.
While a thief may steal so they can gain something for themselves, people that suffer from Kleptomania steal only because of psychological impulse.
The judge almost made his verdict on the young thief, but thankfully the lawyer mentioned that her Kleptomania meant her thievery was a mental condition rather than a crime.
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