shanghaied

[ shang-hahy, shang-hahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF shanghaied

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When one is shanghaied, however,—in the hands of buccaneers,—it is too late to withdraw.

The young writer here mentioned has been doped and shanghaied.

More than one negro had been shanghaied in that way and smuggled off to sea.

It wouldn't do some of you people a bit of harm if you were shanghaied yourselves.

From the other sailors aboard he learned that he was not the only member of the crew who had been shanghaied.

I was shanghaied into one of their lime-juicers once, an' I never forgot it!

Ought to be shanghaied to the Khiftan Sector and sold to the priests of Fasif!

I bet he was pretty mad when he woke up and found he'd been shanghaied, and I shouldn't wonder but he wanted to fight somebody.

The shanghaied man stood facing Schantze, with all the deference of a sailor, yet subtly defiant.

When a drugged and shanghaied sailor comes on board the mate looks him over for dangerous weapons.

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