captured

[ kap-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF captured

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAPTURED

One day he was detected and captured by the priests and made their slave.

Nine bodies of the enemy were left on the ground, and a standard was captured.

We captured an immense amount of these stores, a portion of which we carried away.

His own nephew was said to be among them; but him he would not serve, as he had been captured in a privateer.

Better kill a hundred friends, he thought, than be captured by a single pirate.

It captured and imprisoned the sounds as the photograph retained the images of light.

Two of the "White-Caps" they captured and bound, and others they recognized.

One of these boats had captured an enormous whale, which still had two harpoons in it.

Then the captured guns and other weapons were hidden and the dead buried.

He was captured and held prisoner by some savage natives for a number of years.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CAPTURED

trapped

adjectivecaught in a trap
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