Synonyms for abducted

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

Définition of abducted

Origin :
  • "to kidnap," 1834, probably a back-formation from abduction; cf. abduce. Related: Abducted; abducting.
  • adj taken away by force
Example sentences :
  • Here; and he told me that he had abducted her, and held her a prisoner in his own house.
  • Extract from : « The Midnight Queen » by May Agnes Fleming
  • Perhaps the girl had been abducted, but why did she not enter the conveyance?
  • Extract from : « Oswald Langdon » by Carson Jay Lee
  • You have been abducted from my house and brought here against your will.
  • Extract from : « The Son of Monte-Cristo, Volume II (of 2) » by Alexandre Dumas pre
  • In Morocco I abducted the most beautiful damsel of the Bey from his harem.
  • Extract from : « A Hungarian Nabob » by Maurus Jkai
  • I might be waylaid, blindfolded, lifted into a carriage, and abducted.
  • Extract from : « The Blunders of a Bashful Man » by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor
  • Ahma—that is her name—is the only white child they ever abducted.
  • Extract from : « Terry » by Charles Goff Thomson
  • He robbed the express company, and he has killed my father or abducted him.
  • Extract from : « Crooked Trails and Straight » by William MacLeod Raine
  • Judge Lindman disappeared—the supposition is that he was abducted.
  • Extract from : « 'Firebrand' Trevison » by Charles Alden Seltzer
  • Had Marian been abducted by Monceux, and did the Squire fear to tell him?
  • Extract from : « Robin Hood » by Paul Creswick
  • He was joined there by Private Myers who had been abducted in the same way.
  • Extract from : « The Border Watch » by Joseph A. Altsheler

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