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Definition of Abductee
1. one that has been abducted [n -S]
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Literary usage of Abductee
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. How to Make the Most of a Flying Saucer Experience by Professor Solomon (1998)
"An abductee told Dr. Mack that the table was extremely comfortable, molding itself to the ... As an abductee, might I be billed for my medical exam? ..."
2. Hostile to Democracy: The Movement System and Political Repression in Uganda by Peter Bouckaert, Human Rights Watch (Organization, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1999)
""2A former LRA abductee told Human Rights Watch that remnants of the WNBF joined the ... Human Rights Watch interview with former LRA abductee, Gulu, May 2, ..."
3. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1832)
"In this case the abductor is no more to blame than the abductee; the sympathy of the country people is altogether in their favour ; a party is easily ..."
4. The Scars of Death: Children Abducted by the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda by Rosa Ehrenreich, Human Rights Watch/Africa (1997)
"... the Holy Spirit Movement's military wing also abducted many people: but abductions, too, were justified as being for the good of the abductee. ..."
5. To All My Children As the World Turns by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1993)
"No abductee has filched a page from the captain's logbook or a strange examining instrument, or taken an authentic photograph of the interior of the ship, ..."
6. The Mars Records Book 2: Clearing Sessions with A Biofeedback Meter Where a ...by Stephanie Relfe by Stephanie Relfe (2002)
"Description of a special kind of wernicke's command that you MUST know about if you are going to do the wernicke's correction on an abductee or mind control ..."
7. The Mars Records Book 1: Clearing Sessions with a Biofeedback Meter Where a by Stephanie Relfe (2000)
"Since beginning these sessions in 1 996, I have purposely avoided any deep study of the abductee/contactee literature so that my judgment would not be ..."