- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of abduct.
“On a humid Thursday afternoon in February, I am riding in a rented van in Central America with a man who abducts children for a living.”
“Abby passes out from her drugged drink and Javier abducts her, carrying her back to Esai and to his fortress, "Casa de Elegancia, a seventeenth-century hacienda set high on a hill overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, meticulously restored to its former glory ….”
“Categorizing the exploiters as "finesse pimps or gorilla pimps," she outlined how one operated under the guise of love/rescue, while the other abducts.”
“DOCTOR WHO: Elderly man serially abducts young women.”
“Here, Jason draws upon the old "alien abducts woman" sci-fi bit to create a surprisingly powerful and moving analogy about family break-ups.”
“I hope an alien comes and abducts you cuz i hate people like u.”
“In this 2009 horror movie -- which I advise you not to watch -- an insanely evil doctor abducts three people (a man and two women) in order to conduct a hideous experiment: he transforms them into the title creature by removing their kneecaps and grafting them together, mouth to anus.”
“During the swift, creepy opening scenes, Doug's gang wears skeleton masks and briefly abducts a bank manager, Claire (Rebecca Hall).”
“Mathias abducts them, magically removes their souls, so he controls them.”
“The horror film "follows a woman on the verge of running away from her life is uprooted when a seemingly straight-faced professor abducts her forcing to play a part in his twisted world.”
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