Definition of Kidnappees
1. kidnappee [n] - See also: kidnappee
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Literary usage of Kidnappees
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life and Correspondence of Theodore Parker: Minister of the Twenty-eighth by John Weiss (1864)
"Be it known that there are now THEEE SLAVE-HUNTERS OE kidnappees IN BOSTOK Looking for their prey. One of them is called "DAVIS. ..."
2. Friends' Review: A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal edited by Enoch Lewis, Samuel Rhoads (1849)
"... do we see a Dakota so lean as are many laboring white men who enjoy good health—Minesota Pioneer. TRIAL OP kidnappees—CONVICTION—SENTENCE. ..."
3. The Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ...: Accompanied by an Atlas (1822)
"kidnappees, CAFE, a cape on the east toast of New Zealand, in the South Pacific man, discovered in 1769, and so named by ..."
4. Biblical lights and side-lights: illustrations with cross-references, for by Charles Eugene Little (1884)
"kidnappees, Crime of. Law. ' If a man be found stealing any of his brethren.. and maketh merchandise of him, or selleth him ; then that thief shall die. ..."