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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstolensto‧len1 /ˈstəʊlən $ ˈstoʊ-/ verb  x-refthe past participle of steal1stolenstolen2 ●●○ adjective  having been taken illegally stolen cars
Examples from the Corpus
stolenThe antiques he was selling turned out to be stolen.They grabbed trays of rings and brooches before escaping in a stolen car.As the possession of documentation for stolen cattle became important, thieves began to turn stolen animals in as strays.It was 1am when Sergeant Alan King spotted Vernage unloading stolen gear into a house.Leonardo forges a love letter from Emilia, and bribes a servant to deliver it to Eustathius along with Emilia's stolen glove.Police searching the plaintiff's premises for stolen goods seized goods which they mistakenly thought to be stolen.Wilson was convicted of theft and handling stolen goods.Thieves can sell stolen passports for a lot of money.Those three stolen sheets from Donald's prescription pad.Standing before the coffin, with seven stolen snowdrops in his hands, he flushed with shame.Crash probe: Bishop Auckland police are investigating a crash on Seymour Street involving a stolen vehicle.