kidnap

[ kid-nap ]SEE DEFINITION OF kidnap

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KIDNAP

Flo, you must be here for the news, if I have to go in a hansom and kidnap you.

They came up to kidnap the King, and—as I say—somehow they found him.

"Perhaps Rita may be induced to kidnap herself," remarked Billy.

Likewise, the possibility of an 373 attempt to kidnap her in his absence was not overlooked.

But you don't think he would go so far as to kidnap Penrhyn, do you?

Was it possible that any one could want the Grange servants enough to kidnap them?

They'd think I was trying to kidnap you, and they might send me to jail.

Kidnap Cotton Mather, or one of the other Boston ministers, and take him with you.

He did not want to kidnap a minister, if it could be in any way avoided.

There are no pirates nowadays, to try to kidnap bishops and burn farms.

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