How Do You Spell ABDUCTED?

Correct spelling for the English word "abducted" is [ɐbdˈʌktɪd], [ɐbdˈʌktɪd], [ɐ_b_d_ˈʌ_k_t_ɪ_d]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of ABDUCTED

  1. (of persons) seized and detained unlawfully, often for ransom; "the father restored the kidnapped (or abducted) child to the mother"

Common Misspellings for ABDUCTED

Below is the list of 241 misspellings for the word "abducted".

Usage Examples for ABDUCTED

  1. For Norton had explained to both the banker and his wife, holding nothing back from them, telling them frankly of crimes committed, of his attempted abduction of the girl who in turn had " abducted him." - "The Bells of San Juan" by Jackson Gregory
  2. The person alleged to have been abducted was promptly restored, and the circumstances of the case are now about to undergo investigation before a judicial tribunal. - "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present" by Various
  3. Nay, more;- suppose that while he was yet speaking, there came also another with the tidings that the same fate had befallen your first- born,- your daughter, just budding into womanhood,- the affectionate, joyous, light- hearted " Kate," whose voice to your ear is sweeter than the music of flowing waters, whose feet are swifter than those of the light gazelle, as with open arms she bounds to meet you on your return from a temporary absence, to welcome you home with a tear of joy in her eye and a kiss upon her lips,- that she too had been by the officials of the government clandestinely abducted from your dwelling, and sold, literally sold, for a valuation put upon her person in dollars and cents, to a hopeless captivity, to spend her days in unrequited toil, or, not unlikely, in ministering to the caprices and brutal passions of a stranger? - "Three Prize Essays on American Slavery" by R. B. Thurston A.C. Baldwin Timothy Williston
  4. He may have been abducted! - "Swamp Island" by Mildred A. Wirt
  5. You may have been abducted and--" he was saying, his face white and wet. - "Jane Cable" by George Barr McCutcheon