verb (used with object), kid·napped or kid·naped, kid·nap·ping or kid·nap·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM kidnapkid·nap·pee, kid·nap·ee, nounkid·nap·per, kid·nap·er, nounun·kid·naped, adjectiveun·kid·napped, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for kidnap
Could a boy be kidnaped in broad daylight from his own doorstep?Detectives, Inc.|William Heyliger
He was kidnaped, and the police have been searching for him for days.The Crevice|William John Burns and Isabel Ostrander
When I had nursed him back to life I sent my boys out and kidnaped a preacher.Ted Strong in Montana|Edward C. Taylor
Were the two young skin divers about to be run down or kidnaped?Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung|Victor Appleton
Perhaps the blue-eyed boy had been kidnaped, after all, and that was why the family had disappeared so suddenly.The Mystery of Carlitos|Helen Randolph