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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of abduce.

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Examples

  • When I saw the chimp with the axe, I used all my chimp-knowledge and axe-knowledge and abduced how it must have gone down: The chimp did it with the axe in the forest.

    Bunny and a Book

  • From hiding she observes helpless female Anju being abduced by three bandits, who carry her off to their lair to be raped.

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  • The ominiscience of God is abduced as the proof that He alone is

    The Great Doctrines of the Bible

  • To me this children's-song and the fleeting and now plaintive echo of it, as "Voices from Within" -- "_Verso la sera, Di Primavera_" -- in the terrible scene where Strafford learns his doom, is only to be paralleled by the song of Mariana in "Measure for Measure," wherein, likewise, is abduced in one thrilling poignant strain the quintessential part of the tense life of the whole play.

    Life of Robert Browning

  • The Court after mature deliveration on the evidence abduced &c. are of oppinion that the prisoner is Guilty of the Charge exibited against him, and do therefore Sentence him to recive one hundred Lashes on his bear Back.

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  • February 23, 2009: The Sate of California issued the Amber Alert on Monday afternoon (2-23) after the girl was abduced in Thousand Palms earlier in the day.

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  • “” in the terrible scene where Strafford learns his doom, is only to be paralleled by the song of Mariana in “Measure for Measure,” wherein, likewise, is abduced in one thrilling poignant strain the quintessential part of the tense life of the whole play.

    Life of Robert Browning

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