Synonyms for abduct

Grammar : Verb
Spell : ab-duhkt
Phonetic Transcription : æbˈdʌkt

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Définition of abduct

Origin :
  • "to kidnap," 1834, probably a back-formation from abduction; cf. abduce. Related: Abducted; abducting.
  • verb take by force and without permission
Example sentences :
  • If they could abduct in silence, they could have killed silently.
  • Extract from : « Ambrotox and Limping Dick » by Oliver Fleming
  • Abduct a young woman, risk prison, and then afraid to lay hands on her!
  • Extract from : « The Pagan Madonna » by Harold MacGrath
  • That means that nobody gets a show to abduct 'em while you're around, I take it?
  • Extract from : « Julia The Apostate » by Josephine Daskam
  • And you would not have found it necessary to abduct my daughter.
  • Extract from : « Arsne Lupin versus Herlock Sholmes » by Maurice LeBlanc
  • She was to furnish money to send the girl to school, from which I was shortly to abduct her.
  • Extract from : « Daisy Brooks » by Laura Jean Libbey
  • Had I actually assisted the mysterious woman to abduct the child?
  • Extract from : « The Count's Chauffeur » by William Le Queux
  • Here's a revolver in case any one wants to abduct either of you.
  • Extract from : « The Sixth Sense » by Stephen McKenna
  • I suggest that you knew an attempt would be made to abduct her?
  • Extract from : « The Sixth Sense » by Stephen McKenna
  • Robin inquired plaintively who'd want to abduct a little thing like him.
  • Extract from : « The Sixth Sense » by Stephen McKenna
  • Know of any reason why Mr.Shei should go out of his way to abduct the old geezer?
  • Extract from : « The Gray Phantom » by Herman Landon

Antonyms for abduct

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