Definitions of "abduction"
  1. The act of leading someone away by force or against their will
  2. An unlawful act or civil wrong where a person is taken away
  3. An illegal act of taking away a woman or a female minor with the intention of marriage or sexual interaction
How to use "abduction" in a sentence
  1. He was charged with abduction after it was found he had taken the child away from her home without permission.
  2. Their lawyer argued that it was a clear case of abduction, the woman having been forcibly removed from her home without consent.
  3. The police were investigating a possible case of abduction following the disappearance of the young girl.

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