Abduct in a sentence

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abduct;

[verb] take away to by force and usually for a ransom,

Police began a frantic search for a young girl who was abducted from a playground by a strange man.

In the past, soldiers in Honduras often abducted teenagers from the street to be military recruits.

In some developing countries, children are abducted from their homes and recruited into the army. recycle

I was abducted by aliens.

Today’s topic is the problem of Japanese people abducted by North Korea.

The woman told police a man tried to abduct her but she was able to get away after biting his hand during a brief struggle.

Police are searching for a man who apparently tried to abduct a young girl in Calgary’s southwest on Tuesday night.

Later, officials said they feared she had been abducted or harmed.