Verb; similar to yoink
Originating in British schools, this is the acting of taking another's possession without owner's consent; albeit on a smaller scale. For example, you could chore someone's detention slip (usual reply: "Why should I care? You've just chored my ticket to Hell. Thanks."), whilst you couldn't chore something larger, eg. a quarry.
of this possession is almost always accompanied with a loud, high pitched squeal of "CHORED!"
Lawyer: This, you honour, is the knife found at the scene of the crime.
Jury member: *swipes bag* CHORED!!! *runs off*
Judge: Court adjourned on account of ... THAT nob