abduct

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  • American soldiers went as far as coming up with a plan to abduct her.
  • The people who abduct these children often try to influence them starting when they are very young.
  • That young girl whom they were abducting was not to be brought back? Cited from Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo
  • He is sent back to the time that he and the others were abducted.
  • One night, on her way home from work, a group of men, abducts her.
  • This case leads into the finding that around twenty thousand children may have been abducted.
  • She was abducted while on her way to be married into another clan.
  • Support groups for people who believed they were abducted began appearing in the mid-1980s.
  • Young children are often the victim because they are relatively easy to abduct.
  • Then his former wife is attacked and his daughter abducted.
  • On such a night, the man and his friends will abduct the woman to his cottage.
  • "Then we shall bring an action against you for abducting her." Cited from The Jervaise Comedy, by J. D. Beresford
  • The prince abducted their daughter and brought her back to Thailand to live with him.
  • Having killed his friend, the king abducts the wife who however dies of grief.
  • A provision of the law provides exception for parents who abduct their own minor children.
  • The male may also abduct a young female by force.
  • I'm not a man whose name nobody knows, and who comes and abducts children from houses! Cited from Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo
  • Before they can get her to hospital, she is abducted by a group of masked men.
  • Men and boys were also abducted and forced to work or fight for the rebel groups.
  • The extended support systems of abducting and victim parents can also become part of the dispute.
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How abduct gets used

Meaning of abduct

  • verb Pull away from the body
    this muscle abducts