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1. Abduct definition is - to seize and take away (a person) by force
2. How to use Abduct in a sentence.
3. See synonyms for: Abduct / Abducted on Thesaurus.com verb (used with object) to carry off or lead away (a person) illegally and in secret or by force, especially to kidnap
4. Abduct verb [T] (TAKE A PERSON) to force someone to go somewhere with you, often using threats or violence: The company director was Abducted from his car by terrorists.
5. To Abduct is to kidnap — to take someone against their will and imprison them
6. After an Abduction, the Abductors (kidnappers) may send a ransom note, asking for money.
7. The fairies Abduct human children, leaving 'changelings' in cradles, or carry off wives to act as 'wet nurses' or midwives
8. THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIA VARIOUS There was one particular villain, for instance, who attempted to Abduct her no less than …
9. 1 synonym of Abduct from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 14 related words, definitions, and antonyms
10. Abduct: to carry away (as a person) forcibly or unlawfully.
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12. Abduction and kidnapping cases often go hand in hand
13. In most cases, Abduction is considered to be the illegal holding or transporting of a person without consent and against his or her will
14. Abducted Distally angulated; said of an extremity away from the midline of the body in a transverse plane and away from a sagittal plane, passing through the proximal aspect of the foot or part, or away from some other specified reference point
15. Abduct 'Abduct' is a 6 letter word starting with A and ending with T Crossword clues for 'Abduct' Clue Answer; Remove by force (6) Abduct: Take away by force (6) Take aboard a UFO (6) Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Abduct
16. Of a person by fraud or force; Abduc′tor, one guilty of Abduction: a muscle that draws away.
17. The definition of Abduct is to illegally take away a person by using force or coercion
18. An example of Abduct is to take a rich person’s child for ransom.
19. Abduct someone from someone or something to take away or kidnap a person from someone or from a particular place, usually in secret
20. The thugs Abducted the child from her mother.
21. Early 17th century from Latin Abduct- ‘led away’, from the verb abducere, from ab- ‘away, from’ + ducere ‘to lead’.
22. Ab‧duct /əbˈdʌkt, æb-/ verb [ transitive] to take someone away by force SYN kidnap The diplomat was Abducted on his way to the airport
23. —Abductor noun [ countable] —Abduction /əbˈdʌkʃən, æb-/ noun [ countable, uncountable] child Abduction —Abductee /ˌæbdʌkˈtiː/ noun [ countable] Register Abduct is mostly used in journalism.
24. We found 4 answers for “Abduct”
25. This page shows answers to the clue Abduct, followed by ten definitions like “Pull away from the body”, “To draw away from the midline” and “To move away from the median plane”.Synonyms for Abduct are for example capture, hijack and snatch.More synonyms can be found below the puzzle answers.
26. Nouns for Abduct include Abductee, Abductees, Abduction, Abductions, Abductor, Abductores and Abductors
27. Verb If someone is Abducted by another person, he or she is taken away illegally, usually using force
28. His car was held up and he was Abducted by four gunmen
29. [be VERB -ed] She was charged with Abducting a six-month-old child.
30. Abduct somebody to take somebody away illegally, especially using force synonym kidnap
31. He had attempted to Abduct the two children
32. Oxford Collocations Dictionary Abduct is used with these nouns as the subject: alien;
33. Abduct (third-person singular simple present Abducts, present participle Abducting, simple past and past participle Abducted) ( transitive ) To take away by force; to carry away (a human being) wrongfully and usually with violence or deception; to kidnap .
34. Abduct (v.) "to kidnap," 1834, probably a back-formation from Abduction; also compare abduce, the earlier verb, which has a more abstract sense.Related: Abducted; Abducting.
35. Abduct someone from someone or something to take away or kidnap a person from someone or from a particular place, usually in secret
36. The thugs Abducted the child from her mother.
37. To grab an individual by trickery or force Examples of Abduct in a sentence
38. The kidnappers planned to Abduct the millionaire’s daughter
39. 🔊 As a prank, members of our fraternity usually Abduct our rival school’s animal mascot
40. 🔊 The child predator hangs out in the park looking for kids to Abduct
41. To grab an individual by trickery or force Examples of Abduct in a sentence
42. The kidnappers planned to Abduct the millionaire’s daughter
43. 🔊 As a prank, members of our fraternity usually Abduct our rival school’s animal mascot
44. 🔊 The child predator hangs out in the park looking for kids to Abduct…
45. A failed attempt to Abduct a legislator's son came to light yesterday, sending shock waves though the legislature's staff
46. It has been alleged that the person who attempted to Abduct the girl was a serving member of the force
47. A new law took effect last year that makes it illegal to Abduct young girls and force them into marriage.
48. See 2 authoritative translations of Abduct in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
49. Gunmen Abduct 39 students from school in northwest Nigeria
50. Gunmen kill two policemen, Abduct 18 in Kaduna Meanwhile, the elders and children of the 17 Abducted persons appealed the President of Pakistan, the Prime minister and Chief of Army Staff to take notice of the issue and take steps to recovery and release the 17 Abducted persons.
51. The police caught the terrorist who tried to Abduct the girl for ransom
52. A bogus policeman attempts to Abduct two children
53. The violent citizens sought to kill or Abduct the Pope when Barbarossa refused to pay them an immense bribe
54. Abduct (2016) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
55. Rape late 14c., "seize prey; Abduct, take by force," from rape (n.) and from Anglo-French raper (Old French rapir) "to seize, Abduct," a legal term, probably from past participle of Latin rapere "seize, carry off by force, Abduct" (see rapid)
56. Definition and synonyms of Abduct from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
57. This is the British English definition of Abduct.View American English definition of Abduct.
58. Synonyms for Abduct in Free Thesaurus
59. 13 synonyms for Abduct: kidnap, seize, carry off, run off with, run away with, make off with, snatch
60. The police caught the man who tried to Abduct the boy for ransom
61. 警察 抓住了 那个 企图 拐走 这 男孩 以便 勒索赎金的家伙。 《新英汉大辞典》 He had attempted to Abduct the three boys
62. The robber Abduct the heiress and hold her to ransom
63. At least 30 students missing as armed men Abduct students in new Nigeria kidnappings
64. Gunmen raided a college in northwestern Nigeria and kidnapped 39 students, government officials and parents said Friday, in the latest mass Abduction targeting a …