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adjective as in acquired

adjective as in caught

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adjective as in impounded

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adjective as in kidnapped

adjective as in netted

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adjective as in seized

adjective as in trapped

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Example Sentences

Life is a series of seemingly throwaway moments strung together in a peculiar tapestry, and Linklater has captured it beautifully.

When he does, here is a gentleness in his voice, a reflective and lovely quality that no movie he has been in has ever captured.

But the title of Best Death definitely belongs to Bob Stookey, who got bitten by a zombie then captured by cannibals.

Fleeting moments are captured and stored, whether we want them to be or not.

The Islamic State, or ISIS, claims it has shot down a Jordanian fighter jet and captured its pilot.

The Spaniards captured two schooners, having on board 22 officers and 30 men, all of whom were hanged or sent to the mines.

They did not arrive in time, so that some of the vessels had sailed, three of which were captured by the enemy.

They also seized the lake gunboats, took an entire Spanish garrison prisoner, and captured a large quantity of stores.

The ruse by which he and Lannes captured the bridge below Vienna was discreditable no doubt from the point of view of morality.

It's a certainty that they will be captured if they spend that money at any trading-post within our jurisdiction.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to captured, such as: collected, seized, accomplished, attained, earned, and gained.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.