Thesaurus / abductFEEDBACK
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Smith, along with others, abducted Johnson at gunpoint from an ATM.
SUPREME COURT SAYS ALABAMA CANNOT EXECUTE INMATE WITHOUT HIS PASTOR PRESENTROBERT BARNESFEBRUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Many Aboriginal stories say the boys, or man, in Orion are chasing the seven sisters—and one of the sisters has died, or is hiding, or is too young, or has been abducted, so again only six are visible.
In more extreme cases, SARS officers abduct civilian targets and force them to make withdrawals at an ATM in exchange for their freedom, sometimes at gunpoint.
HOW A YOUTH-LED DIGITAL MOVEMENT IS DRIVING NIGERIA’S LARGEST PROTESTS IN A DECADEYOMI KAZEEMOCTOBER 13, 2020QUARTZ
The fairies abduct human children, leaving 'changelings' in cradles, or carry off wives to act as 'wet nurses' or midwives.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS
There was one particular villain, for instance, who attempted to abduct her no less than four times.
PIECES OF HATEHEYWOOD BROUN
They sometimes abduct men who have never trod the deck of a ship p. 785before.
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF NEW YORK LIFEJAMES D. MCCABE
If he had abducted Ivan, would he hesitate to abduct Litizki if he found that the little tailor was in his way?
THE MISSION OF POUBALOVFREDERICK R. (FREDERICK RUSSELL) BURTON
An ingenious, bold but unsuccessful attempt was made to abduct him from New York before the execution of the unfortunate Andre.
SAGES AND HEROES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONL. CARROLL JUDSON
WORDS RELATED TO ABDUCT
- carry off
- hold for ransom
- hold up
- make off with
- rip off
- run off with
- spirit away
- stick up
- take possession of
- walk off with
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