captivity[ kap-tiv-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF captivity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAPTIVITY
His own sister's child, he said, was thus held in captivity.
Content to starve, content to freeze, if only he need not be carried into captivity.
Were not the chosen people themselves overthrown and led into captivity?
Is it possible to do nothing to redeem these poor people, father, from captivity?
At Tamvot 250 Armenians were massacred and the women carried into captivity.
He was however, overtaken, and carried into captivity to their towns.
But it was not their intention to carry them into captivity.
Of those who were carried into captivity, none ever returned.
Among these was Jean Macquart, who along with Maurice had escaped from captivity.
She would be able to see what this uncanny thing was that shared her captivity.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CAPTIVITY