Antonyms for hostage

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He has, for this reason, resolved to detain you in it, as a hostage for them.

And then he had given a hostage to fortune, or his father had for him.

For even if Bishop yielded to their demand, they would retain her as a hostage.

With even that hope to get even with him, I will not kill you, yet I must have that money or a hostage.

If the Prince is a hostage for your safety, then he must be sacrificed.

He was to serve as a hostage for the obedience of the reformed churches.

But she clung to what she had retrieved as if she felt that she held a hostage of fortune.

We have got one of them safe, and hold him as a hostage for our own safety.

This would be better than sitting still to be given as a hostage to the Sioux.

One of his sons must be given up to us, as a hostage for the fulfilment of the treaty.

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