Definition of moll-buzzer in US English:

moll-buzzer

noun

slang
  • A pickpocket or thief whose victims are mainly women.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in George Matsell (1811–1877). Probably from moll + buzzer (though this is apparently first attested slightly later).

Pronunciation

moll-buzzer

/ˈmɒlˌbʌzə/