Abduct in a Sentence

Definition of Abduct

to grab an individual by trickery or force

Use Abduct in a sentence

The kidnappers planned to abduct the millionaire’s daughter.

As a prank, members of our fraternity usually abduct our rival school’s animal mascot.

The child predator hangs out in the park looking for kids to abduct.

Since the police will not help her, Helen is going to abduct her daughter from the harmful cult.

There is a nationwide search for the woman who tried to abduct the little boy from the school playground.

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