Definition of Abductions

1. Noun. (plural of abduction) ¹



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Definition of Abductions

1. abduction [n] - See also: abduction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abductions

abducens nerve
abducens nucleus
abducens oculi
abducent
abducent nerve
abducentes
abducents
abduces
abducing
abduct
abducted
abductee
abductees
abducting
abduction
abductions (current term)
abductive
abductive reasoning
abductively
abductor
abductor digiti minimi muscle of foot
abductor digiti minimi muscle of hand
abductor hallucis
abductor muscle
abductor muscle of great toe
abductor muscle of little finger
abductor muscle of little toe
abductor oculi
abductor pollicis brevis
abductor pollicis longus

Literary usage of Abductions

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1. History of the Early Settlement of the Juniata Valley: Embracing an Account ...by Uriah James Jones by Uriah James Jones (1856)
"Reproduction of original from Library of Congress."

2. Otzinachson: Or, a History of the West Branch Valley of the Susquehanna ...by John Franklin Meginness by John Franklin Meginness (1857)
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3. Humanitarian Law Violations in Kosovo by Fred Abrahams (1998)
"abductions of Ethnic Serbs The precise number of people held by the UCK is difficult to determine since the UCK does not provide public information on those ..."

4. Rape for Profit: Trafficking of Nepali Girls and Women to India's Brothels by Human Rights Watch/Asia, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1995)
"abductions Simple abductions also occur, although they are less common than cases of fraud. Several women mentioned that they, or other women in the ..."

5. The Underground Railroad from Slavery to Freedom by Wilbur Henry Siebert (1898)
"l Northern men residing or travelling in the South were sometimes tempted to encourage slaves to flee to Canada, or even to plan and execute abductions. ..."

6. History and Topography of Northumberland, Huntingdon, Mifflin, Centre, Union by Israel Daniel Rupp (1846)
"abductions in 1753; viz: of Evans, Devoy, Nicholson, ... before Braddock's defeat, nevertheless the number of abductions was considerable before that time. ..."

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