“I thought no one could enter the tank and abduct me,” he said.
The day before there had been an attempt to abduct him, she says.
When Syrian soldiers from the Interior Ministry roared up in a white Toyota van to abduct me, I was startled.
“At the very least, that fellow has tried to abduct this young lady,” added Orme.
abduct a young woman, risk prison, and then afraid to lay hands on her!
When he threatened three weeks ago to abduct me and let me witness his next crime, I realized that here was my chance.
That means that nobody gets a show to abduct 'em while you're around, I take it?
If he could not abduct Barbara and go free, he would kill himself when they came to take him.
And you would not have found it necessary to abduct my daughter.
Was it like devotion to me that you should try to abduct La Belle Stamboulane in the public street?
abduct ab·duct (āb-dŭkt')
v. ab·duct·ed, ab·duct·ing, ab·ducts
To draw away from the midline of the body or from an adjacent part or limb.